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AsiaGateway_ACMS_Inside2 The Asia Gateway residential training 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.

[caption id="attachment_2439" align="aligncenter" width="300"]AGT_ACMS_Inside Lecturer Berdine van den Toren (centre) with some of the students[/caption] 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.

Shalom_Inside Some things can’t be learned at work, and most people do not have the time or resources to sit and study at home. For Kingdom work, Cambodians find it very expensive and impractical to spend three years at a seminary to gain a diploma.

AsiaCMS and Asia Gateway, in collaboration with Spiritual Formation Institute (SFI), will be jointly offering a seminar on “Missional Spirituality” in Johor Bahru on April 30. AsiaCMS executive director Dr Tan Kang San and AsiaCMS training director Lee Loun Ling will be conducting the seminar, with SFI director Dr Alex Tang as the facilitator. 

ACMS_Lex_Inside 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. It was a heady mix of experiences in our field exposure trip from 11th to 18th of July 2015. We enjoyed the warmth and hospitality of the locals. Still, challenges abounded.