AOIC - Alpha Omega International College (Extension Centre)
The AOIC Extension Center was established with a goal of providing men and women with theological and ministerial training.
We aim to challenge , train and equip men and women towards a greater depth of excellence in God’s work, ministerial skills, and impartation of vision and anointing to promote the mission of the church and the extension of God’s kingdom. Much is learnt through lectures, stimulating discussions, and supervised practicums and field experience. AOIC welcomes all from different backgrounds and churches.
Our lecturers are men and women of academic excellence on top of possessing a wealth of experience in various fields. We offer comprehensive ATA accredited programmes ranging from Certificate to the Master level in affiliation with AOIC, PJ.
For more information & registration, kindly contact Ps Tsui Yen at 03-61841658.
UPCOMING AOIC COURSES
Spirituality of the Psalms
JANUARY 14 | FEBRUARY 4, 11, 18, 25 | MARCH 11, 18, 25
(SATURDAYS @ 9:30 AM TO 12:30 PM)
There are many promises of God and faith affirmations in the Psalms! At the same time, there are prayers that express joy, sadness, hope, despair, courage, fear, confidence, doubt appreciation, frustration, love and hatred. Under the inspiration of the Holy Spirit, the Psalm writers voiced their emotions in their interactions with God. As we identify ourselves with the cries, prayers, and faith affirmations in the Psalms, we can learn how to cope with life’s challenges and become seasoned disciples and leaders in the Kingdom of God. This course will teach us to understand how the Psalms reflect the realities of evervday life and how to use these songs of praise and faith to grow deeper in our spiritual life.
Text: Longman, Tremper. How to Read the Psalms. Illinois: IVP, 1988; Brueggemann Walter. The Message of the Psalms: A Theological Com-mentary. Minneapolis: Augsburg Pub. House 1984.
Dean’s recommendation: Excellent Bible elective and Spiritual Formation substitute.
Introduction to the Old Testament
JANUARY 17, 31 | FEBRUARY 7, 14, 21, 28 | MARCH 7, 14, 21, 28
(TUESDAYS @ 8:00 PM TO 10:30 PM)
ALL SESSIONS VIA ZOOM
The Bible Jesus read was the Old Testament, which serves as the foundation for the New Testament. This course will provide the student with a broad understanding of the Old Testament as the books are examined in the order of the English canon. Students will explore the books’ purpose, meaning, and message in their historical and cultural contexts. It is also fascinating to learn about God’s dealings with the people of Israel and their neighboring nations in order to accomplish his redemptive purpose.