training English-speaking Chinese leaders

May 31, 2007

Eugene Hor has been the pastor for English ministries at the Burwood Chinese Presbyterian Church in Sydney, Australia since 1999, involved in planting their evening congregation Burwood@Five, now known as GracePoint.

I’d recently found his blog and website, and learned of his work with Rev. Ying Yee as members of the English Task Force of Chinese Coordination Centre of World Evangelization (CCCOWE). They’ve been working on the development of the Ministry Apprentice Program (MAP) in Sydney, Australia. This apprentice program is a 2-year process that’s designed to provide on-the-job leadership and ministry training for next generation pastors, and even helps develop a ministry training culture in the church. It’s interesting to see this kind of development around the world among Chinese Christian leaders to better train up the English-speaking next generation.

View the Entrust Newsletter- January-March 2007 for stories of how the MAP (Ministry Apprentice Program) is working to raise up Gospel workers & ministry leaders, and the Entrust Newsletter- October-December 2006 for the vision of mentoring and raising up 1,000 ministry leaders in a decade.

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