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Frequently Asked Questions
1. Why are we starting the Fairfield Teaching Program (FTP)?
To help members of the congregation strengthen their theological foundation, thus equipping them for life and ministry.
2. What do you mean by “theological foundation”, i.e. what can one expect out of the course?Participants should come away with a good grasp of basic Christian doctrine and a Bible-based approach to major areas of Christian life. They should also develop increased confidence in defending and sharing their faith.
3. What is the purpose of FTP?
FTP will address teaching needs that are not easily covered in pulpit teaching or SG settings.
4. Who is target audience of FTP?
Anyone in Fairfield! It is also open to friends who might want to learn more about the Christian faith.
5. The timing (Sundays 9 to 10am) appears to clash with the 8:30am service?
Our aim is to make FTP accessible to as many members as possible. Sunday mornings seems to be the best time for now. We may adjust the timing of the program depending on the response to the initial sessions.
6. What will be taught in FTP?
Systematic theology, Biblical Theology. Later topics for consideration will be Bible book studies and topical subjects (e.g. financial management, marriage)
7. What is the duration of FTP?
The initial systematic theology topics will be covered in 1 year. It will run on most Sundays except for some breaks during school holidays and special Sundays
8. Who will be teaching FTP?
FTP will be taught by FFMC members who are gifted in teaching and grounded in the Word. Currently, Dr Roland Chia, Dr Chan Yew Ming, Mr. Eric Quah and Dr Ho King Hee have indicated their involvement.
9. How can I register for FTP?
You may register by completing above form and click on “submit” button. Kindly be informed that your full name, email/mobile is needed for inclusion into WhatsApp Group for dissemination of information and any related materials.
All information collected will be used solely for the purpose of FTP.