Campus News

The President Office

  • May: President Lee’s new book Along with Moses: Finding Life Wisdom in Torah (in Chinese) was published by Campus Evangelical Fellowship Press.
  • May 26-28: President Stephen Lee was invited by the Church of Living Grace of New Jersey to preach at their Spring Retreat. During his visit, he also met with board members of Washington DC and New England.
  • June 16-17: President Lee was invited by The Church of Christ in China - Man Lam Christian Church to preach at their 80th Anniversary Revival Meeting and Worship Service.


Faculty Engagements

  • April 14: Dr Pan Yi-Jung was invited by the Abundant Life Christian Church to lead a public seminar on spirituality for churches of To Kwa Wan and Hunghom region.
  • April 28: Dr Jane Mann accepted an invitation from Hong Kong Evangelical Yan Din Church to lead a workshop on cultivating personal growth.
  • May 1: Dr Raymond Au accepted an invitation to share at the seminar of the symposium on holistic ministry co-hosted by The Union of the Swatow Christian Churches and Marriage and Ethics Resource Center.
  • May 8: Rev Dr Kin-Yip Louie was invited by the Association of Hong Kong Hospital Christian Chaplaincy Ministry to speak at the symposium on theological reflection on the ethics of Euthanasia.
  • May 5-6: Dr Pan Yi-Jung accepted an invitation from Hong Kong Baptist Church to lead a marketplace retreat camp.
  • May 9-12: Dr Michael Chu, on behalf of CGST, attended the Field Research Doctoral Supervisor’s Seminar co-organized by Asia Theological Association (ATA) and The International Council for Evangelical Theological Education (ICETE) in Chiang Mai, Thailand.
  • May 11: Ms May Yip was invited by Shatin Baptist Church to speak at one of their seminar series on Missiology.
  • May 19: Dr Bernard Wong accepted an invitation to speak at the forum on youth ministry in a society of science and technology jointlyorganized by Fellowship of Evangelical Students, Evangelical Reading Room and the Grace Free Methodist Church.
  • May 23: Ms May Yip was invited by Paulus Cultural Center to speak at their seminar on crisis management and response for missionaries.
  • May 28-June 2: Dr Bernard Wong attended the “Forum for Reconciliation in Northeast Asia” in Kyoto, Japan. He also shared a message at the workshop “When China Becomes a Global Power: A Dialogue within the greater China”
  • June 5 and 12: Dr Xue Xiaxia accepted an invitation from Tai Po Baptist Church to preach at a seminar on “Studying Old Testament with Paul.”
  • June 6: Dr Joyce Sun was invited by Christian Faith and Development Centre of The Education University of Hong Kong to preach at their Lunch Time Seminar. ‘How can "bitter" be a little bit "sweet"?’ was the topic of the seminar.
  • June 8: Dr Raymond Au accepted an invitation from China Baptist Theological Seminary to lead a seminar on counselling and pastoral ministry in marriage and family issues.
  • June 11-18: Dr Pan Yi-Jung was invited by Nanjing Union Theological Seminary to teach at their Doctor of Ministry program, during which she also supervised doctoral students on their research thesis.
  • June 16: Dr Bernard Wong preached at the CGST 2018 North America Revival Seminar in Edmonton Chinese Community Church in Edmonton, Canada. The revival seminar was live broadcasted and record broadcasted to 24 churches in 17 cities in Canada and the US.
  • June 20: Dr Wong shared a message on Internet Ministry versus Church Development at the pastoral festival co-organized by the Baptist Convention of Hong Kong, Christian & Missionary Alliance Church Union Hong Kong, and The Association of Evangelical Free Churches of Hong Kong.


Graduation Exercises and Dinner

  • The Forty-first Graduation Exercises was held at the Wing Kwong Pentecostal Holiness Church at 3:00pm on June 30, Saturday. Dr Anne Tsai, President of China Evangelical Seminary of Taipei, addressed the convocation. Graduation Dinner was held at U-Banquet in Kwun Tong, Kowloon, in that evening.


Electronic Donation Receipt

  • In order to reduce paper consumption and save the environment, and effective September 2017, the donation receipts are to be sent out via email. If you do not have an email address or prefer receiving the donation receipt by post, please inform us and we shall arrange for you accordingly. Thank you for caring about the environment.


Prayer Requests

  1. Pray for the class of 2018, that God will grant those entering full time ministry a humble heart to serve in faithfulness wherever God places them. Pray also for those who have completed the evening part time programs. May God use them to integrate what they have learnt and to witness Christ in their workplace.
  2. Pray for our students in field education assignments overseas, at local churches and para-church organizations during the summer. May God strengthen their passion for mission and pastoral ministry, and may the students experience new learning lessons.
  3. Pray for our campus redevelopment project funding needs. The additional budget for 2018 is US$520,000.


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General Fund Financial Report

Jan to Apr, 2018

General Fund    
     Donations   1,341,840
     Tuition & other income         778,116
Expenditure   (2,216,721)
Deficit     (96,765)
Outstanding mortgage loan as at Apr, 2018         US$ 1,530,509


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