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TEE Extension Certificate Course

Teaching Principles and Practice (Taught in Cantonese)

Sunday Afternoon Class

2018 年1/28; 2/4, 11,25; 3/4,11 

Teacher: Rev. Paul Ng, Ph.D. from Trinity Theological Seminary, MA from Dallas Theological Seminary; MS in Counseling. Currently, serves as the Chinese congregational pastor of the Orange County Chinese Presbyterian Church。

This course is designed to teach students of biblical teaching principles and practices, including how to prepare a lesson plan.

To Apply: please contact Meng Wei (626)917-9482 x182;Email: weim@cesna.edu 

Fee: $120/2  units(church staff/seminary student $100; couple$220; new student, add $10 registration fee.

  

Student Advising

Academic Advising

CESNA values holistic theological education, because we believe ministry flows out of being. In addition to offering excellent theological instruction and ministry training, CESNA also provides support and assistance to students in their spiritual, psychological, and family life, so that their ministries would be fruitful and lives being fragrant offerings/testimonies unto the Lord. The following are resources currently available to all degree program students, under the direction of Chaplain and Director of Advising and Field Education:

 

Faculty/Area Adviser and Advisee small group

Each degree program student and student in Diploma of Christian Studies is assigned a faculty or area adviser at the beginning of the program, who will accompany him/her through the entire duration of his/her study at CESNA. The adviser will provide support in spiritual, academic, emotional, relational, and ministry dimensions as needed. In addition, students will have opportunity to know and interact with other students who are also advisees of the same adviser through the monthly advisee prayer group (after chapel). The assignment will be permanent unless due to special personnel change or upon request of student.

All degree program students need to consult and obtain approval from faculty members before they register for the new quarter. If student cannot reach his/her own adviser, student can contact Director of Advising and Field Education. Students are encouraged to take initiative to seek out the advisers in addition to monthly prayer time and registration consultation.

All LA students and out of state students, please contact your adviser for your program for appointment:

DisciplinesFacultyTelephoneE-mail
M.Div Alan Chan, Ph.D. 626-917-9482 x202 This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
MTS Wenyu Xie, Ph.D. 626-917-9482 x201 This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
MCS-Counseling Anita Meng Liu, Ph.D. 626-917-9482 x241 This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
MTS Raymound Hsu, Ph.D. 626-917-9482 x142 This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
M.Div Rev. Gee Lowe, Ph.D. 626-917-9482 x141 This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
MCS-General Rev. Cliff Chan, Ph.D. 626-917-9482 x181 This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
M.Div Rev. Paiyi Chuang 626-917-9482 x121 This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
MCS-Education Rev. Agnes Chiu 626-917-9482 x161 This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
MCS-Mission Rev. Szekai Tsui 626-917-9482 x151 This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Area Advisers:

LocationAdviserLocationAdviser
Houston Rev. I-Ming Huang New Jersey Hansheng Liu, M.Div.
North Carolina Rev. Serena Lin, D. Min. Michigan Rev. Sze-Kai Tsui, M.Div.
San Diago Raymound Hsu, Ph.D.

If you need contact information for area advisers, please contact the Academic Department. 

 

Personal growth/Relationship & Marriage Enrichment group

The Department of Advising & Field Education requires all full-time students with internship in their curriculum to participate in at least one quarter (8-12 hours total) of personal formation group before applying for internship. Student can choose from the following: a) personal growth group, b) join with their spouses to participate in ministry couples enrichment group. LA students can participate in weekly small group while out of state students can participate in summer intensive groups. Please check with Director of Advising & Field Education for details.

 

Spiritual Formation group

The Chaplain & the Department of Field Education & Advising encourage all full-time students to participate in at least one quarter of spiritual formation group during their stay at CESNA. The group usually takes place weekly before Wed chapel time. For more details, please contact the seminary Chaplain.

 

Personality Test & Spiritual Gift Inventory

In order to enable students to know themselves more, develop in a balanced way, and prepare for internship, CESNA Field Education Department offers to provide personality assessment and spiritual gift inventory to interested degree program students. Please contact Director of Field Education and Advising for details.

 

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