Over the long weekend, Anglican Training Institute Extension (ATI-E) courses took place at the Church of the Good Shepherd, Sandakan and Faith Christian Centre, Petaling Jaya. In Sandakan, 20 students joined the course on “Basic Christianity” in BM by Archdeacon Lidis Singkung from 7-10 September. Across the sea in Petaling Jaya from 9-11 September, 23 students were taught by Dean Musa Ambai on “Introduction on the Bible” in BM, while 11 students were taught by Rev Lee Ban Wee on the same subject in Chinese.
Are you working and unable to attend classes during working hours but would like to equip yourself for ministry through studying theology? ATI-E courses might be the answer for you, as they are held in the evenings and weekends. With a minimum of 10 enrolments, ATI will organise and customise classes for a venue near you.
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Semester 3 of the Diocese’s Anglican Training Insitute (ATI) is currently ongoing at All Saints’ Cathedral, Kota Kinabalu. Among the subjects which ATI students are studying this semester are Reformation Church History, Advanced New Testament Studies and the Pauline Letters. These students are being prepared for ministry in the Diocese of Sabah. Could God be calling you to be equipped for ministry through studying at ATI too? For more information on ATI, visit our website: https://atidos.org/ or give us a call at 088-211225.
The Anglican Training Institute (ATI) recently conducted its Extension programme (ATI-E) in All Saints’ Cathedral, Kota Kinabalu, and St. Michael’s and All Angels Church, Sandakan. From July 5th to 8th 2018, the modules Introduction of the Bible and Basic Christianity were conducted for a total of 52 students. These modules were taught by outstanding tutors—Introduction to the Bible by Dr Brian Birkett and Rev Canon Lin Khee Vun; Basic Christianity by Dr Kim Chang Kyu and Rev Dr Lee Tak Vui. ATI would like to give a big shout-out to the hosting churches for their support to make ATI-E possible.
Institut Pelatihan Anglikan (ATI) baru-baru ini telah menjalankan program Kembangan (ATI-E) di Katedral All Saints, Kota Kinabalu dan Gereja St Michael, Sandakan. Dari 5-8 Julai 2018, modul Pengenalan Kepada Alkitab dan Asas Agama Kristian telah dijalankan untuk sejumlah 52 orang pelajar. Modul-modul ini diajar oleh tutor yang cemerlang, iaitu Dr Brian Birkett dan Rev Canon Lin Khee Vun untuk Pengenalan Kepada Alkitab; dan Dr Kim Chang Kyu dan Rev Dr Lee Tak Vui untuk Asas Agama Kristian. ATI ingin mengucap ribuan terima kasih kepada gereja-gereja yang menjadi “tuan rumah” atas sokongan mereka untuk menjayakan program ATI-E ini.
6 Bachelor, 8 Diploma and 22 Certificate of Theology students graduated on 9 May, 2017 at the 5th Graduation Ceremony and Evening Prayer held at the All Saints Cathedral.
The principal, the Revd. Canon Lin Khee Vun presented the graduating students to the the Diocesan Bishop, the Right Revd. Melter Tais. The Bishop subsequently conferred the earned awards to the graduating students.
The Opening and Graduation Service for 2015 took place on 15 January, 2015 at Hosanna Hall, All Saints Cathedral. A last batch of 9 students graduated with the Diocesan Certificate of Ministry (DCM), which has since been upgraded into Diploma of Theology (Dip.Th). The Vicar General, the Rt. Revd. Melter Tais gave a commissioning sermon, while the Principal, the Revd. Canon Lin Khee Vun presented his annual address on the progress of ATI.
Anglican Training Institute (ATI) is delighted to welcome these new faculty members to its ranks.
||Dr Kim Chang-Kyu earned his PhD in Theological Studies from Trinity College, University of Bristol. He also holds a BA in Theological Studies (Trinity College) and BEng/Bus (Hansung University).Prior to joining ATI, he was a Senior Lecturer at Msalato Theological College, Tanzania. During his tenure in Msalato Theological College, he has served as the Head of Theology.He is married to Lee So-Ra and they serve together in teaching and missions.
His published works include Balthasar Hubmaier’s Doctrine of Salvation in Dynamic and Relational Perspective (Pickwick Publications, USA) and a review on H. Wayne Walker Pipkin, Scholar, Pastor, Martyr: The Life and Ministry of Balthasar Hubmaier (ca. 1480-1528) – Baptist Quarterly Review Vol. 43, No. 3, July 2009 (International Baptist Theological Seminary of the European Baptist Federation, o.p.s. 2008).
||Lee So-Ra received her MA in Theological Studies from Trinity College, University of Bristol with a dissertation entitled “The Contribution of 1 Corinthians to Paul’s Understanding of Leadership”. She also holds a Diploma in Higher Education in Theological Studies (Trinity College) and BA in Education (Ewha Womans University).Prior to joining ATI, she taught Applied Theology at Msalato Theological College, Tanzania.She is married to Dr. Kim Chang-Kyu.
Publication: Significance and Implications of Paul’s Concept of Leadership for the Korean Church Today, Transformation, Vol. 28, No. 2, April 2011 (SAGE Publications, UK)