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From September 4, 2021
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We were created to love Christ in community.
What does that look like in a 21st century world that is growing increasingly lonely? Are you following Jesus in the company of friends?
Rev Dr Tan Soo-Inn, founder of the widely adopted 3-2-1 spiritual friendship model, teaches how Christian individuals and institutions can practise fresh ways of doing friendship.
Whether you are a new believer, a cell group leader or even a senior pastor, this systematic and Bible-based way will be an invaluable tool in your discipleship journey.
Come alongside Rev Dr Tan as he shares why spiritual friendship is timelessly critical for human flourishing and how it can transform your life on this course on the newly-launched Theology of Life resource platform.
The format involves 12 two-hour sessions, allowing you to go at your own pace. The course includes:
About Rev Dr Tan Soo-Inn
Rev DrTan Soo-Inn is a director of Graceworks and has been journeying with people through his ministry of preaching, teaching, writing and mentoring for more than 35 years.
Originally trained as a dentist, Rev Dr Tan answered God’s call to go into full-time church-related ministry in 1981. He has a ThM (New Testament) from Regent College, and a DMin from Fuller seminary.
His passions include connecting the Word of God to the struggles of daily life, and the promotion of the discipline of spiritual friendship. To date, he has read The Lord of the Rings nine times and his favourite movie is Star Wars 4.
Date: from September 4, 2021
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About the Organiser:
Graceworks is committed to promoting relational transformation in church and society. It believes human flourishing happens in the context of loving relationships. It carries out this mission through mentoring, training and publishing. It helps launch healthy Christian groups and strengthen existing ones — groups whose members experience authentic relationships that help them heal and grow in Christ. Its vision is to see such life-giving groups thrive in church and in society.