There are two tracks to Crucial Conversations. The Worldview Series are adapted from our very well-received sessions at Arise Issachar! Worldview Camps. It is a foundational Worldview Series that builds the believer up systematically – from a captive (taken hold by empty philosophies; Col 2:8) to a captor (desiring to take captive ideas against the knowledge of Christ and bringing it under His Lordship; 2 Cor 10:4-5).
The Sexuality Series arises from Leo’s wealth of experience in conducting sexuality talks and ministering to the sexually broken. It is absolutely one most important subjects the church must deal with. The goal is to raise more teachers and ministers with resources to equip the church, love our neighbour and disciple the nation.
Historicity of Gospel (5-Mar)
Is Christianity the truth? How can you believe Christ resurrected when miracles are inherently improbable? Why is it important for ideas to be contended? What is knowledge? How can you really know what you believe is really true?
“#CrucialConversations highlighted to me again the importance of worldviews in a concrete manner! The Historicity session also got me thinking – we need to cover some of this stuff in our Young Adults Bible study. I personally experienced how good apologetics might have helped preserved my faith when I was younger – by making me skeptical of skeptics’ claims! All Christians, especially Christian young adults, Christian educators, should attend #CrucialConversations!” – Head of Teaching Department, Peace Home Fellowship
Introduction to Worldviews (19-Mar)
How does the three prevailing worldviews in the world influence nations and individuals? Are we aware of secular influences in our own Christian lives? Are there disciples and nominal Christians, or has God called all Christians to be disciples? How can we contend effectively for the biblical view?
“Really learnt much from yesterday’s sessions – from all the 3 speakers. Thanks for sharing from your hearts. One of my Cell Group members recently heard one msg.. (about hyper grace) and told us it was good. I didn’t have much respond to that.. But now, I have a definite response.”
Kingdom of God (2-Apr)
Do you feel something missing in your Christian life? Have you been told you are saved yet feel this spiritual blessing you had received is largely inapplicable to what you do while alive? Do you feel stagnant, mundane, irrelevant, meaningless and empty? What is the Kingdom of God? How will understanding His kingdom revitalize how we live our lives?
Love, Sex and Marriage (9-Apr)
Among the myriad of ideas about romance in the world today, are conventional ideas of love archaic or are they actually timeless? Combining insights from his personal and professional life, with research born out of a passion in educating about the birds and the bees, Leo Hee Khian presents a foundational framework that could help participants in all stages of their lives make sense of sex, love and marriage.
The 2nd part of the talk explores specifically the role of parents in raising the young: How do you talk to your child about sex? Are values still relevant? What should you warn your child about “safe sex”? Do you really still have an influence?
Sexual Libertinism (23-Apr)
Does Christianity really have answers to our worst critics in a liberally permissive world?
Sexual Wholeness (14-May)
How can we help the sexually broken? Why is this one of the most important issues today? How should church respond?
Register here now!
- Sessions are held Saturdays, 9am-12pm
- Fees: $30/session. $60 if you register for all 3 sessions in a series (Students half price!) *Special Rates apply for some groups
- Limited seats: 25 pax / session
- Location: Worldview Series will be at 96 Sophia Road. Sexuality Series will be at Hakka Methodist Church, MPH, 1-B Evelyn Road.
- Enquiries? Email firstname.lastname@example.org