Working under an Asian/Chinese Senior Pastor

June 1, 2009

Pastor ChinPastor Steven Chin, of Boston Chinese Evangelical Church, spoke at a workshop titled, “Working Faithfully Under a Senior Pastor” at The Gospel Coalition 2009 National Conference. Pastor Chin shared about his experiences in pastoring within an multi-generational Chinese church, and offers 10 pieces of advice.

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Pastor Steve has been on the staff of the Boston Chinese Evangelical Church since 1977 beginning as Assistant to the Pastor. He was ordained and installed by the church as Associate Pastor in 1984 and became Senior Pastor in 2000. Boston Chinese Evangelical Church is currently the largest Asian church in New England with over 1,200 adults meeting in six worship services using English, Cantonese, and Mandarin.

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Daniel K. Eng
June 1st, 2009

DJ, thanks for posting this. Pastor Steve is my former pastor and I have a great deal of respect for him.

Ted Kau
June 3rd, 2009

Thank you, DJ, for hosting the audio of this beneficial workshop on L2.

If you’d like to skip the intro and get straight to the ten points, jump to about 19:30 into Pastor Steve’s talk.

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