International Chinese Christian Business Association
1. Workplace prayer meeting
Once a week: worship and praise, share readings and their applications, share workplace classic testimonies.
Peaceful prayer and intercession, mainly Business and Christians, welcome Workplace admiration
and participation. Currently being launched in online in Zoom.
2. The application of Christian shopping mall
3. Business Matching Exchange Meeting: strong>
4. Network connection:
Work with and cooperate with teams and organizations with workplace ministry:
5. Workplace ministry practice and communication strong>
6. Chinese Christian ministry seminar strong>
7. Mission: Short-term mission and the Belt and Road shopping mall ministry
Chinese Christian Workplace Ministry Center
Why establish a “Chinese Christian Workplace Ministry Center”?
Most people work in the workplace, and work takes up a major part of the day; we are not just Christians that worship on Sunday, but we must live the Christian life in the workplace. God gives people a mission to manage the world. Work can have a mission; Christians in the workplace face the challenges of belief and work every day. We need to recognize and practice the Christian work concept, apply the principles of the Bible, and do it right in the right way Things, honor God and benefit others at work. The workplace is a huge “grass field”, which affects life with life and effectively spreads the gospel to more people through various channels; workplace mission has begun to form a new way of mission workshop.
What is the “Chinese Christian Workplace Ministry Center”?
“Chinese Christian Workplace Ministries Center” (Centre) is a cross-church Chinese Christian group composed of volunteer Christians (called co-workers), currently mainly in Houston; in the future, it can be developed in major North American concentrated areas in North America. The church is a spiritual home. As the role of assistance and support, the “center” uses the church as a base to help the church establish and operate workplace ministry according to the needs and circumstances of each church. Watch building.
What is the “Chinese Christian Workplace Ministry Center” currently doing?
1. Faith and work equipment classes and fellowships:
“Faith and Work” Equipment Class: Currently held in Fort Bend Chinese Church, once a week, three times a month, and three classes a year. Use Teacher Kong Yi’s “First and Only”, “Win to Turn”, and DVD to share discussions with each other.
“Co-worker training”: Teacher Kong Yi did co-worker training for the “center”.
2. “Crossroad Guide” recruitment network www.crossroadsguide.org
This website is hosted and operated by the Chinese Christian Workplace Ministries Center, the Fort Bend Chinese Church and other churches in Houston, and Grace Computer & Internet Corp., as a bridge for recruiting companies and finding workers. The service targets of its introduction work include Asian Christian groups and other groups. We sincerely hope that all companies will use this website to publish recruitment information so that people in need can get help. p>
|Board of Directors|
|Weiwei Yan – Chairperson of the Board of Directorsfirstname.lastname@example.org||(713) 859-6808|
|Charles Yuan – Presidentemail@example.com||(281) 961-2621|
|Jun Yun – 2nd Vice President of the Executive Committeefirstname.lastname@example.org||(832) 978-4468|
|Aaron Fu – Executive Director of Marketplace Ministry Centeremail@example.com||(832) 228-2678|
|Frank Chen – Member of the Consulting Councilfirstname.lastname@example.org||(832) 213-8328|
|Youfeng Li – Financial Consultant|
Ms. Grace Feng (Houston, Texas)
Mr. Peter Liu (Houston, Texas)
Mr. David Liu (Houston, Texas)
Rev. Brian Lam, D. Min (Houston, Texas)
Mr. Roger Kung (Austin, Texas)
Rev. Yee Hwa Soon, D. Min (Seattle, Washington)
Elder George Chu, M.S. EMBA (San Diego, California)
Mr. Kung-Li Deng, Ph. D (Princeton, New Jersey)
Prof. Ernest Liang, Ph. D (Houston, Texas)
Elder Howard Fong, Ph. D (Houston, Texas)
Mr. Daniel Wong, Ph. D (Houston, Texas)
Mr. Jeff Shi, Ph. D. (Houston, Texas)
Ms. Elaine Kung (Dallas, Texas)
Mr. Frank Chen, Mr. Heping Chen, Mr. George Wu
|President: Mr. Charles Yuanemail@example.com||(281) 961-2621|
|1st Vice President: Ms. Julia Qin (Executive Director)||firstname.lastname@example.org||(832) 696-9509|
|2nd Vice President: Mr. Jun Yunemail@example.com||(832) 978-4468|
|Treasurer: Mr. Frank Chenfirstname.lastname@example.org||(832) 213-8328|
|Marketplace Ministry Center: Mr. Aaron Fu (Executive Director)||email@example.com||(832) 228-2678|
|Business Ministry Center: Ms. Julia Qin (Executive Director)||firstname.lastname@example.org||(832) 696-9509|
|Spiritual Resources Director: Mr. Jun Yun (Director)||email@example.com||(832) 978-4468|
|Administration Division: Mr. Frank Chenfirstname.lastname@example.org||(832) 213-8328|