Anchored on the
five fundamentals of
Singapore Bible College:
Centre for Servant Leaders
Semester 1: January to June
Semester 2: July to December
Each module lasts 16 hours, spreading over either
a) Eight weeks (2 hours weekly, from 7.30-9.30pm) or
b) Intensive basis (e.g. 4 Saturdays, 4 hours weekly, from 9.00am-1.00pm)
Note: Module commencement is subjected to a minimum class size of 10
To graduate with the Certificate of Church Ministry (CCM), students need to
Applicants may also register for any module without having to enrol in the CCM programme.
Note: 1) This programme is open to Singaporeans, Permanent Residents and those with valid residency pass in Singapore. 2) For courses taught online, students taking modules only need not be residing in Singapore.
The fees (inclusive of 7% GST) are as follow
a. By Bank Transfer (recommended):
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b. By Cheque:
c. By Cash:
Please make payment at Singapore Bible College Cashier during office hours: Mondays to Fridays 9.30am–4.30pm
Whenever we witness disasters, human or natural, we recall the words of Jesus to expect them: wars, earthquakes, famines, pestilences. Signs of Jesus’ return, we say—yet these have been with us since the First Century. How do we read Mark 13, Jesus’ longest discourse in the Gospel, and understand it in our twenty-first century?
Rev. Dr. David Wong has pastored churches, taught in theological schools, and trained leaders from over 100 nations. A scholar, author and lyricist, he served till recently as senior pastor at Zion Bishan Bible-Presbyterian Church. He is married to Jenny and they have two married daughters and four grandchildren.
Registration Deadline: 26 Dec 2020
This course will look at some key events related to the End such as the return of Christ, the millennium, resurrection and judgement, the future of the person and the New Creation. We will focus on the essentials in eschatology and seek to answer some of the questions Christians frequently ask.
Dr. Simon Chan was former Earnest Lau Professor of Systematic Theology at Trinity Theological College until his retirement in 2018. He is currently the editor of Asia Journal of Theology. Some of his recent writings include essays in the Oxford Handbook of Ecclesiology (2018) and The Routledge Handbook of Pentecostal Theology (2020).
Registration Deadline: 20 Mar 2021
This basic course will equip you to reflect on qualities of a Bible-centred preacher, how to prepare an expository message, and learn the skills needed to deliver God’s
Word to contemporary listeners. We shall also critique the styles of well-known preachers, preach in class and receive pointers on how to keep improving. If you have the skills needed to preach, or want to learn how to be a better lay preacher, do sign up!
Rev. Dr. Graham Ng is an ordained Presbyterian minister, and has pastored local as well as overseas churches. He has taught preaching courses in Singapore Bible College, Trinity Theological College and Discipleship Training Centre, and also conducted training courses for local lay preachers. He believes in equipping lay preachers who will then be an asset to the local church.
Registration Deadline: 20 Feb 2021
The advent of COVID-19 is currently confronting churches with questions of how to introduce engaging and interactive learning experiences in our ministry practices.
Through this fully online module, we will explore and learn how to integrate freely available online tools, platforms, and resources.
Dr. Calvin Chong is Associate Professor of Practical Theology. He holds a PhD in Educational Studies from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School. Dr Chong is Worship and Music Chair at Covenant Community Methodist Church and also serves on the Next Generation Team in the Evangelical Alliance of Singapore.
Registration Deadline: 02 Jan 2021
Everyone faces crisis at some point in their lives. The nature of the crisis may vary and yet share some common traits. This course will identify the many difficult and frequent crises, learn crisis intervention techniques and integrate faith and biblical wisdom in doing so.
With this course, the students will be able to identify the characteristics of crisis and its possible effects, know the dos and don’ts, gain experience handling crises through role-playing and have access to resources.
Dr. Ming SooHoo is a missionary serving as senior counsellor at Serving in Mission (SIM) for member care and the Haven Counselling Centre for students and the general public. She graduated with EdD in Clinical Christian Counselling, AGST and MA in Counseling, SBC. She specializes in crisis and trauma counselling, couple counselling and psychotherapy.
Registration Deadline: 13 Feb 2021
Registration closes two weeks before the course commences.