The Asia Gateway Missional Leadership Residential Programme for 2017 has been set for June 3 to 30. The intensive four-week programme will focus on training of trainers, and church and mission leaders.
Students will benefit from the multicultural community living and learning from a multicultural team of mission specialists and mentors.
The courses will include:
- Crucial Issues in Asian Mission and Leadership
- Mission of God in the Bible
- Gospel, Culture and Integral Mission
Asia Gateway has successfully launched its 2016 Residential Training, which is a key initiative of AsiaCMS to train and equip workers and leaders for cross-cultural mission.
The six-week training at Malaysia Theological Seminary in Seremban attracted 16 students from six countries – Malaysia, Nepal, Myanmar, Pakistan, Singapore and Turkey.
The programme, which runs from July 16 to Aug 26, combines lectures and field trips to give students the best of academic training and exposure in a multi-faith and multi-cultural environment.
By Sarah Holmes of CMS UK
AsiaCMS’s goal to see local mission leaders rise up in their own countries and reach their own people with the gospel is gathering pace with an exciting joint training venture just completed in Cambodia.
Programme Director for Asia Gateway
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Asia Gateway is an intensive programme laying down a firm foundation in intercultural learning for mission, combining practical experience with theological reflection. It is uniquely endorsed and sponsored by 2 Malaysian churches (Anglican Diocese of West Malaysia and Methodist Church of Malaysia), Malaysia Theological Seminary (STM), and 5 mission agencies: AsiaCMS, InterServe, OM, OMF, and SIM East Asia.
By Alexis Hamilton, Asia Gateway Missions Training
My husband Alan Hamilton and I set off on a mission trip with a deep desire to learn more about the life of Christians in Cambodia, the Khmer culture, and how we can be of service to God in that country.
By Anilal M. Jose, Asia Gateway Missions Training
What a difference a week can make. An immersion in a rural setting in a faraway land similar to my own has helped me in rediscovering and reformulating my objectives in life and ministry. My field exposure trip to Cambodia between the 11th and 18th of July 2015 has impacted me in more ways than one.
By Amanda Mason, Asia Gateway Training
This paper reflects upon a field exposure trip to Cambodia between the 11th and 18th of July 2015 in partnership with the Shalom network of national Cambodian churches.
I was deployed to stay for two days with Pastor Tek Andrew’s family in Takeo, a rural province in south Cambodia, with a further two days at Shalom International School in Kandall Province.