Aims: To be able to introduce participants themselves and have a sense of being part of the group. Understanding the background and the organizers and to start building community.
Aims: To have more critical understanding about the reality of Asian plurality and the dynamic and complexity of such context.
Aims: This is an intensive study module to clarify current theological positions dealing with the context of Asia. The participants will have acquired a strong theoretical as well as theological base. It also aims to challenge participants to doing theology in context.
Aims: To understand and challenge the prevalent practices and ideology in the ecumenical movement in Asia and worldwide as well. Participants are also expected to be aware of the different trends of movement in Asia
Aims: To set guiding principles for promoting ecumenical vision to the students and youth and experiment the different forms of building and strengthening this communication in order to “act locally”.
Aims: To wrap up this extended training program by reflections on what the participants have learned and to suggest ways to moving forward in challenging the ecumenical movement, be it local, regional and global.