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Notice | Schedule for Extra-Curricular Activities - Spring 2015

This is to notify to all the faculty, Staff and Students that there will be extra-curricular activities every Friday afternoon regularly with effect from Spring 2015. These activities shall be carried out at the last hour unless it is specify.

Schedule for Extra-Curricular Activities - Spring 2015


DATE

TIMING

ITEMS/ACTIVITIES

March 06, 2015

2:20 pm to 3:30 pm

Students’ Talent Hunt (Indoor)

March 13, 2015

2:20 pm to 3:30 pm

First Aid Awareness

March 20, 2015

2:20 pm to 3:30 pm

Students’ Talent Hunt (Outdoor)

April 10, 2015

2:20 pm to 3:30 pm

Bible Quiz conducted by SF

April 17, 2015

2:00 pm to 3:30 pm.

Seminar on, “Gender Issues.” Two Responses from Faculty and Student

May 01, 2015

2:00 pm to 3:30 pm.

Discussion on: “The Role of Grace Bible College as a Transforming Agent of the Mission of the Church.”

May 08, 2015

2:20 pm to 3:30 pm

Bible Quiz conducted by SF

May 15, 2015

2:00 pm to 3:30 pm.

Debate on the Topic: - Church and Politics: The Church should Play Proactive Role in Politics.

Sd/-
Academic Dean

TOPIC FOR DISCUSSION
The Role of Grace Bible College as a Transforming Agent of the Mission of the Church
1. Your thought & comment on the importance and relevance of the topic under discussion?
2. What do you think is the present role of GBC for the Church?
3. Could you tell some of the major problems the church is facing today? What can GBC contributes for the solution to these problems?
4. Could you identify one or two major role a theological institution such as GBC could play in transforming our Churches?
5. Some suggestions for GBC to become more transforming agent of the Church in future?
6. Where and how do we begin?

BIBLIOGRAPHY
1. Arles, Siga, “Perspectives on Theological Education,” in F. Hrangkhuma & Sebastian C.H. Kim, The Church in India: Its Mission Tomorrow, Delhi: CMS/ISPCK, 1999, 194 – 206.
2. George, Prakash, “The Need of Tomorrow’s India: Missionary Training,” in F. Hrangkhuma & Sebastian C.H. Kim, The Church in India: Its Mission Tomorrow, Delhi: CMS/ISPCK, 1999, 207 – 223.
3. Hedlund, Roger E., “Training for Mission,” in Evangelization and church Growth: Issues from the Asian context, McGavran Institute, India: CGRC, 1992, 251 – 260.
4. Manokaran, JN., “Paul and Training of Urban Leaders” in Christ and Cities: Transformation of Urban Centres, Chennai: Mission Educational Books, 2005, 37 – 44.
5. Plamthodathil S. Jacob, “Educational Institutions: An Experiential Reflection,” in F. Hrangkhuma & Sebastian C.H. Kim, The Church in India: Its Mission Tomorrow, Delhi: CMS/ISPCK, 1999, 180 – 193.
6. Swanson, Mark N., “Commending Hospitality and ‘Polishing the Theologian in Us’: Reflections on Theological Education for Mission,” in Lalsangkima Pachuau & Max L. Stackhouse (eds), News of Boundless Riches: Interrogating, Comparing, and Reconstructing Mission in a Global Era, Vol.2, Kashmere Gate, Delhi: ISPCK/UTC/CTI, 2007, 236 – 249.
7. Wagner, C. Peter, “From Theological Education to Equipping Ministers,” in Changing Church: How God is Leading His Church into the Future, Secunderabad: Ben Books, 2004, 119 – 139.

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