The Theology for Life platform helps Christians grow in faith and equips them
for ministry at work, church and society from Asian perspectives.
Learn anywhere, anytime.
On-demand bite-sized lessons available across multiple platforms, so that you can learn at your own pace.
Develop your ministry skills.
Equipping Christians to grow in their faith and serve effectively in their various ministries.
Engage contemporary issues.
Reflect critically on how your faith relates to present-day challenges in the church and Asia.
Frequently Asked Questions
The Theology for Life platform helps Christians grow in faith and equips them for ministry at work, church and society from Asian perspectives.
The platform is organised into a range of courses. Each course comprises a number of short training units of teaching material, along with a workbook containing lesson outlines and questions for discussion. The courses can be completed by individuals at their own pace, or used as material for mentoring or in small groups, freeing mentors and leaders up to dedicate more time to personal and pastoral support. You can register for a free account now to use our free content. You can also subscribe to individual courses or bundles available on the platform.
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The sole authority of the doctrines of Theology for Life (TFL) is the revelation of God given in the Scriptures of the Old and New Testaments. TFL also acknowledges the significance of the theological heritage handed down to the Christian church through the historic creeds, confessions and catechisms, in particular, the Apostles’ Creed and Nicene Creed, in informing TFL’s formation of its chief tenets of doctrine, of which the abbreviated form is as outlined here.
The TFL logo uses the symbols of the cross and three curves to represent its identity and mission. You may read more about it here.