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17 January, 2016 @ The Bangkok Arts & Culture Centre, Bangkok, Thailand

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Why Phleng Choi

Phleng Choi is a popular style of entertainment performed by skilled and creative singers. Poetry is improvised and singers make up their lines on the spot. Singers showcase their wit, intelligence, style, fast thinking, creativity, and improvisation skills. Musical accompaniment and audience participation is all a part of Phleng Choi.

Incorporating the Gospel Message in Phleng Choi

Phleng Choi lends itself well to a Gospel presentation because it allows discussion of topics that would otherwise be improper or impolite to bring up under normal circumstances. Issues that could seem intimidating or threatening in normal Thai conversation can be discussed in an easygoing way, with self-deprecating jokes and wit throughout. The Phleng Choi topics are structured to maintain a serious discussion, but spontaneous enough to keep the listener interested. When presented in a lighthearted and relaxed context, Phleng Choi will make the performance a memorable experience and warm the Thais to the Gospel message.

The Master of Ceremonies was Mrs. Duangchai and the message was given by Pastor Dan.

HARK Publications is pleased to present this live production in the form of DVD’s for dissemination.

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Approximately 30 master’s level students attended the Theology of Music in the Church seminar by Dr. Arnfield P. Cudal on Wednesday January 13, using the newly released book by HARK Publications: “The Ultimate Guide to Worship Arts” by Dr. Arnfield Cudal. Dr. Richfield Cudal also taught a class on the “Theology of the Lord’s Supper” Saturday January 16, 2016.
Theology of music classes are required at HARK seminary.

 

On Sunday, 17 January at 17:30 PM, HARK is pleased to announce the inaugural performance of Phleng Choi at the Bangkok Arts and Culture Center, Bangkok, Thailand.

The scripts are:
1. Nature – what a perfect coincidence. But where is the perfect nature of man?
2. I say I’m right. She says she’s right. So who is right?
3. Would I choose to be rich or to be happy?
4. Is there only one place to find inner happiness?

…and concludes with a plaintive presentation of the Gospel.
5. The answer is in this Book.


Why Phleng Choi

Phleng Choi is a popular style of entertainment that can only be performed by skilled and creative singers. Nearly all of the poetry is improvised and singers are expected to make up their lines on the spot. Singers are rated based on their wit, intelligence, style, fast thinking, creativity, and improvisation skills. Performers will sing back and forth, sometimes in witty banter, sometimes in a question-and-answer format, always in a fast-moving conversation.

Incorporating the Gospel Message in Phleng Choi

Phleng Choi lends itself well to a Gospel presentation because it allows discussion of topics that would otherwise be improper or impolite to bring up under normal circumstances. Issues that could seem intimidating or threatening in normal Thai conversation can be discussed in an easygoing way, with self-deprecating jokes and wit throughout. The Phleng Choi topics are structured to maintain a serious discussion, but spontaneous enough to keep the listener interested. When presented in a lighthearted and relaxed context, Phleng Choi will make the performance a memorable experience and warm the Thais to the Gospel message.

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Open to the Public – Free

The inaugural presentation is a live video recording in which the audience is part of the presentation. A final DVD will be made available for distribution.

WHEN: Sunday, 17 January 2016 @ 17:30 PM

WHERE: Bangkok Arts and Culture Center – at the BTS ‘National Stadium’ station across from MBK & Siam Paragon

ADMISSION is FREE and open to the public.
A reception follows the performance.
Donations and support for this project are welcomed.

For more information, contact Bertram 094-480-4216
or K.View, 02-236-4500, 02-236-7044 fax 02-266-3836

 

Dr. Richfield A. Cudal, President of HARK Seminary, recently appointed Uldarico I. Tabada as Dean of the Iligan Campus, Mindanao. Mr. Tabada, a graduate of Grand Rapids Baptist Theological Seminary, joins the worldwide faculty of HARK Seminary as Instructor of Bible and Religious Education. HARK Seminary has an online campus, campuses in Malaybalay, Cebu, Ilioilo, and Iligan, Philippines, and satellite campuses in Bangkok, Thailand, and West Palm Beach, FL, USA.

 

Dr. Godfrey Catanus, Dean of Iloilo campus is teaching an intensive course on Contemporary Theology at HARK Seminary’s satellite campus on Negros Island, December 7-11, 2015.