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CHAPEL - LIVE

CHAPEL - LIVE

“Jesus answered, 

'It is written: 'Worship the Lord your God and serve him only.'” 

(Luke 4:8).

ORIENTATION - 2021

ORIENTATION - 2021

The primary purpose of the orientation program is to help new graduates understand the nature of the College, the educational opportunities available to them, the values and functions of the community, and the central objective of HBI as an academic enterprise.

Discipleship

Discipleship

Learn, understand, and apply Jesus’ principles of discipleship that he modeled with his disciples to our present life and ministry so that we can change the world like He did.  

With biblical confidence, the student will apply Jesus’ principles of disciple-making to their present life and ministry that will produce kingdom focused disciples who will reproduce in the next generation.

Inductive Bible Study
Malini Asirvatham

Inductive Bible Study

The Inductive Bible Study teaches accurate observation of biblical passages, clarifies scriptures.

It offers tools to learn and develop biblical studies, interpretation, and application of scriptures for easier learning and teaching.

Honor & Shame in the Mission

Honor & Shame in the Mission

HONOR: “the worth or value of persons both in their eyes and in the eyes of their village, neighborhood, or society.”

SHAME: “the intensely painful feeling or experience of believing that we are flawed and therefore unworthy of love and belonging”

Operation WorldView

Operation WorldView

A dynamic teaching event saturated with the word of God and incorporated vivid multimedia & help your church understand in a whole new way.

Historic development of OT Theology
Dr Balu Savarikannu

Historic development of OT Theology

Get an overview of Biblical Theology from a canonical and chronological approach for the development of the church and mission in Asia.

Leadership
Malini AsirvathamJohnson R

Leadership

Leadership ability is the lid that determines a person’s level of effectiveness. The lower an individual’s ability to lead, the lower the lid on his potential

Some of the factors are your people skills, planning abilities, vision, dedication to success, and your past results.

Working with groups
Dr Rachel Sebastin

Working with groups

Understand Social Group Work as a method of Social Work 

Gain the knowledge of the Group and its impact on individual and community life. 

Develop the skills in relation to the group development and therapeutic aspects of the human life 

Rural and Tribal development
Greeto Racharia

Rural and Tribal development

Explore the concept, principles, processes, and issues in rural and tribal development.

Analyze the situation of the community in developing countries with a special focus on South East Asia.

History, trends, and approaches to community development.

Research Methodology 2
Theophilus G

Research Methodology 2

This course introduces you to descriptive and rudimentary inferential statistics for social workers. 

Learn methods of data collection, graphing, and summarizing. Students will review basic statistical methods (Descriptive and Inferential Statistics; Measures of Association), and become familiar with basic parametric and non-parametric techniques. 

Women in the Church & Society
Jianlu Gangmei

Women in the Church & Society

Develop a clear understanding of the Biblical basis for the role of women in church and society.

Develop a Biblical perspective of women leadership in local churches.

Explore the subject biblically, historically, and socially

Understand the contemporary women’s issues

Christian Education
Theophilus G

Christian Education

Understand Christian faith is nurtured in persons and communities

Students will be equipped with some basic skills to create strong educational structures, materials, and practices 

Have a growing passion to see children, youth, and adults become Christians and are nurtured in the Christian faith

Indian Christian Theology
Greeto Racharia

Indian Christian Theology

This course deals with the proliferation of Indian Christian Theologian and that traces back to the articulations of illustrious Indian thinkers

The different concepts of ICT and theologizing the contexts.

The aspects of “Looking into Future” analyzing Indian theological expressions for present-day context with an evangelical emphasis.

Missions in Religious Pluralistic Context
Dr Paul Ebenaser

Missions in Religious Pluralistic Context

Helps you understand the biblical, theological and pragmatic perspective of Mission in the pluralistic context. Formulate creative strategies for Missions in multi-religious contexts. 

The course will expose the students to the anthropological, sociological, and missiological factors that affect church planting across cultures as well as multi-religious contexts. 

Advanced Homiletics
Malini AsirvathamBobby Gupta

Advanced Homiletics

Homiletics is the art of Preparing and Delivering A sermon.

This course is designed to equip leaders in the science of communicating and teaching the Word of God in an expositional manner.

It is designed as an advanced course for those who desire to teach and preach the Bible in a local church, denominational contexts

Urban Mission in a Globalized World

Urban Mission in a Globalized World

This course is designed to prepare students to recognize the importance of the city in mission strategy and to identify the unique challenges of ministry in an urban environment.  

A wholistic approach to all spheres and strata of society in cities. 


Leadership & Transformational Mission

Leadership & Transformational Mission

We are called to be ‘light and salt’ and a ‘prophetic community’ in the world through their life, relationships and ministry. 

Each of us are called to be ‘persons of influence’ wherever God would call us to serve.

Cultural Anthropology
Dr John Prasad

Cultural Anthropology

Anthropology focused on the study of cultural variation among humans. 

Cultural anthropologists study how people who share a common cultural system organize and shape the physical and social world around them.

Greco-Roman Literature
Dr Craig Keener

Greco-Roman Literature

Give scripture a higher value as the word of God, concurrently, compare and contrast the literary style with the New Testament to enhance their approach to the text

Exegetical study of Corinthian correspondence
Thawng CeuHnin

Exegetical study of Corinthian correspondence

Gives an exegetical and thematic study of the two letters of Paul to the Churches with socio-literary context.

Christian Ethics
Greeto Racharia

Christian Ethics

Christian Ethics guides a person with theological commitments to transform secular moral problems and solutions.

Biblical Theology
Poujik Kamei

Biblical Theology

Biblical theology seeks to understand the relationships between the various eras in God's revealing activity recorded in the Bible.

History of Christianity in India

History of Christianity in India

A study about Apostle Thomas, the Portuguese, and Syrian Christians, The Jesuit Mission, Protestant Missions, and the Church in North East India.

Biblical Theology of Missions
Jianlu Gangmei

Biblical Theology of Missions

Study the principal texts in the Old and New Testaments dealing with missions with attention to the relevant scholarly debate regarding their significance


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