The Chairman’s Message
Attending Tung Ling Bible School is going to be one of the best decisions you have ever made in your life. I know it was for me. I made this decision over 30 years ago as a young student in the university, and it was a defining moment in my life.
The Principal’s Message – The Presence of God
I just want to be where you are” is a well known song of recent years. Dwelling daily in His presence will serve any Christian well in helping to ensure his or her place in this New Season of God’s favor. (Isa 43:19) The significance of the presence of God and its benefit for us today can be seen in examining the Ark of the Covenant, which for a time was part of Moses Tabernacle. Let us examine the three items contained in the Ark for in doing so we obtain keys and perspective for what God is doing today.
The Dean’s Message – Experiencing seasons of new beginnings…
The year 2008 has gone down in history as the crisis of the three Fs – Finance, Food and Fuel. The more than 100-year-old investment bank, Lehman Brothers, was forced into a shocked closure. Oil prices shot up to a dazzling height of more than US $100.The melamine tainted milk sold worldwide might have killed, who knows, more than 100 children. These global crises of epic proportions have given rise to discomfort, uncertainty and fear.
A Pioneer’s Reflection – Rev. Canon Dr James Wong
The vision and idea of establishing a charismatic training school in Singapore was first mooted during a meeting among three brothers from New Zealand (they were Colin Campbell, Gordon Moore and Des Short) in September 1977. At that time, the charismatic renewal of the churches had already begun in Singapore. The fire of the Holy Spirit first fell upon the Anglican Church at the beginning of 1973 and soon spread to many other denominations, including the Methodist, Lutheran, Roman Catholic and various independent churches.
Alumni Message – Tung Ling? Are You Sure Lord?
“I want you to go to Bible College.” That was the inner witness within my sprit that God was calling and challenging me to a deeper life and purpose in Him. The year was 1994. I had many challenges and testing but this prompting to go to Bible school really excited me. “Me? Going to Bible school? Wow!” With this excitement and enthusiasm, I started scouting Bible schools.
Alumni Message – Being Good & Faithful Servants
I hesitated and was apprehensive when I submitted my enrollment form to Tung Ling Bible School in January of 2004. I was having second doubts about attending Tung Ling. I had just lost my job, betrayed by friends and partners in the company I had spent more than 10 years building. I was also worried about the shallowness of my faith and my limited knowledge of the Bible, amongst other things. Most of all, I was afraid of baring my inner self to strangers.