Wayne Ogimachi speaks on pastoral calling

May 14, 2010

During the Timothy Series hosted by the Henry Center at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, Pastor Wayne Ogimachi shared about his pastoral call and ministry experience over the years.

Listen to the audio from his 2 chapel messages. Also, listen to audios or watch videos of the interview with Wayne Ogimachi:
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Chapel Message: John 21:15-23 | Audio
Chapel Message: Acts 20:17-38 | Audio
Interview: Part 1 | Audio | Video
Interview: Part 2 | Audio | Video

Pastor Wayne Ogimachi is the Lead Pastor of Lighthouse Christian Church in Bellevue, Washington. He is a graduate of UCLA and Fuller Theological Seminary, and has experience in youth, campus, and pastoral ministry in southern California. He also served for 17 years as the Pastor of Christian Layman Church in Oakland, CA, during which time he also helped start the Asian American Christian Fellowship at the University of California, Berkeley.

The Timothy Series is a program aimed at celebrating the call to pastoral ministry. This series invites experienced pastors and leaders in pastoral ministry to spend time on Trinity’s campus preaching sermons, speaking in classes, and eating meals with students for the purpose of sharing their call to ministry and offering guidance to the next generation of pastors.

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