180 degrees

The 180 Degrees course (formerly known as World Wide Perspectives) for this year will be postponed. The new dates will be determined later. Look out for more news.

The 180 Degrees course is not merely a class about Missions… It’s about YOUR MISSION, and how you will be best equipped for the challenges before you.

“This course has given me a good understanding on the meaning of evangelism and missions. It is truly an eye opener to God’s purpose for us in our lives. It triggers you to ponder and think about the many needs out there. Jesus said to His disciples, “The harvest is plentiful, but the labourers are few.” (Matt 9:37). If God is stirring in your heart to do your part as a child of God, it doesn’t matter whether you are in the marketplace, in church or anywhere out there. As long as you avail yourself, God will use you mightily to glorify His Kingdom!” 

                                                                Hannah Moh (2012)

Missions used to be incomprehensible and paralyzing. How can I a mere individual fulfil the Great Commission when knowledge, resources and skills are so limited in me? Through this course I now know how I can participate in being part of missions, without stress and intimidations. The course has benefited me as a person, transformed my life and gave me the right perspectives towards what kind of life I should be living.”

Lim Tong Jen (2013)

“Taking the 180 Degrees course has been a journey of discovering yourself and your gifting. You may even discover your latent passion in serving the Lord. A lot of people don’t know where to start serving the Lord. It was an eye opener for me. The course covered a lot of aspects that we never thought of with topics that ranged from colour to culture.”

                                                                                                Yeo Li Ping (2014)

“What I treasured most about the 180 Degrees Missions course is the whole process of aligning myself in the larger picture of missions with God’s desire for the whole world. As the weeks and months unfolded, I began to appreciate, more and more, my God-given experiences, gifting, skills, and passion – and how they fit into a unique purpose and destiny – to be God’s hands and feet to reach out and share His Great Love to those who are hurting. In discovering this missions-centred destiny, I find great joy in partnering with God and in seeing His plans gradually unfold.”

Tan Su Chen (2016)

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