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Chinese Baptists enrich next-gen ministryLONG BEACH, Calif. (BP) -- The Chinese Baptist fellowship added a next-generation ministry leader to its executive team at its 20th biennial conference, enriching ministry to second- and third-generation Chinese Americans.
William Eng, who retired in 2016 from the pastorate of Chinese Baptist Church of Orange County, Calif., joins the executive committee of the Chinese Baptist Fellowship of the USA and Canada (CBFUSA) in the new post of vice president for Next Gen Ministry. Eng has more than 30 years of experience leading and discipling Chinese Americans born in the U.S. Read More
Chinese Baptist Fellowship shares church planting efforts
Members of the Chinese Baptist Fellowship heard updates from an IMB missionary and NAMB church planters on Chinese church planting efforts at their dinner meeting on June 13. Read More
Chinese focus on 2020 goal of 600 church plants
PHOENIX (BP) -- Ministry updates from church planters are on tap when the Chinese Baptist Fellowship of the United States and Canada gathers June 13 during the Southern Baptist Convention 2017 Annual Meeting in Phoenix. Read More
Chinese Baptist Fellowship adopts new ministry focusVANCOUVER, British Columbia (BP) -- A referendum on same-sex marriage became part of the bylaws of the newly-revised constitution passed at the 19th biennial conference of the Chinese Baptist Fellowship of the United States and Canada.
The fellowship also adopted a new ministry focus called "EPS" that highlights "Equipping" churches to become more effective, "Planting" new congregations, and "Supporting" churches that lack sufficient resources and need encouragement. Read More
Chinese focus on healthy Baptist church plantsST. LOUIS (BP) -- George Hsu borrowed from the adage "a penny saved is a penny earned," in telling Chinese Southern Baptists of his ministry at Chinese Baptist Church in the St. Louis suburb of St. Peters, Mo., which has dwindled from 100 to 30 members.
"I need some help ... to help save this church," Hsu said. "A church saved is a church planted." Read More
Chinese pastors set St. Louis fellowship event
ST. LOUIS (BP) -- Chinese Southern Baptist pastors and leaders will host a dinner and fellowship in St. Louis in conjunction with the Southern Baptist Convention's annual meeting in June, but will conduct its business at its biennial meeting this fall in Vancouver, B.C. Read More
Chinese Fellowship growing, connecting
COLUMBUS, Ohio (BP) -- The Chinese Baptist Fellowship of the U.S. and Canada will work to connect its members and churches with Southern Baptist life by hosting a booth and a fellowship dinner in conjunction with this year's Southern Baptist Convention annual meeting in Columbus, Ohio. Read More