Ministry in a
Post-pandemic World

Many things have changed as a result of COVID-19. How will the “new normal” look like? What are the implications for pastors and leaders, churches and the ministries that we do?  

Come and hear from the speakers as they share helpful paradigms, practical strategies and principles of change management for the post-pandemic era.

Speakers:

Rev. Dr. Bernard Chao

is Lecturer in Practical Theology, and Director of EQUIP, a lay training initiative, at Trinity Theological College. He received his PhD in Theology from Fuller Theological Seminary (USA) and teaches in the areas of leadership, Christian education, youth ministry, and Wesleyan theology. A former litigation lawyer, Bernard is an ordained elder of The Methodist Church in Singapore (Trinity Annual Conference).

Rev. Dr. Henry Wong

was a Colonel in the SAF before giving up his military career to serve the Lord full time in 2008. He graduated with a MDiv from Trinity Theological College and a Doctor of Ministry from Singapore Bible College. He is currently the Associate Minister in Covenant Presbyterian Church. He is also the Executive Director of Careworks Community Services and a Director of Care Corner Singapore. He is married to Carol and has three daughters, Kirstie, Kelda, and Keryn and one son Keith.

Rev. Dr. Samuel Law

is Senior Dean of Academic Affairs and Associate Professor of Intercultural Studies of the School of Theology (English) at Singapore Bible College. He graduated with a PhD in Intercultural Studies from Asbury Theological Seminary (Wilmore, KY) and a MDiv from Regent College (Vancouver, BC). He is Pastor-at-Large of Evangelical Chinese Church of Seattle, as well as a member of the American Society of Missiology, the Evangelical Missiological Society, the International Association for Mission Studies, the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers, and the editorial team for the Journal of Asian Missiology.

Registration

Admission is free. Registration is required.
Registration deadline: 5 Aug 2022 (Friday)