Dr. Chao Yang Peng comes from China. He came to know Christ at Princeton University in 1995. After graduation, he worked at the United Nations Development Programme in New York and the World Bank in Washington DC. He answered God’s call in 2005, and entered the China Evangelical Seminary North America and later Gordon Conwell Theological Seminary in preparation for fulltime ministry. He is now a campus minister with AFC, has been serving at Duke University, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and North Carolina State University in the Research Triangle Area of North Carolina. He started several campus fellowships and planted the Chapel Hill Chinese Mission Church. His ministry focuses on a 3-step strategy: reaching students, building leaders, and sending returnees.
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
North Carolina State University
Phone: (336) 918-8347 (mobile), (919) 907-1317 (office)
Luyang & Xifeng Yuan
San Diego State University
Brother Li An and his wife sister Yanqun Zhou have a daughter Ziyi (Tiffany) An. They belong to Living Water Bible Church at San Diego. Li An and Yanqun serve at the San Diego State University (SDSU) Chinese Students & Scholars Fellowship. Brother Li An is now a faculty member at SDSU, and his area of expertise is landscape ecology and geography.
Andrew & Sophia Chan
University of S. California
University of California
Serving full-time with Chinese Outreach Ministries since 2006.
Campus: UC San Diegocdeng95@yahoo.com858-354-8098
Cal Poly San Luis Obispo
Contact: (626) 277-1563 firstname.lastname@example.org
University of California
Univ. of New Haven
Ben & Lily Liu
University of New Haven
University of Hawaii
John is from Xuzhou City, Jiangsu Province. In 1982 I went to Cornell University for my graduate education. In 1990, I was baptized in the Chinese Christian Church in Boston. In 1990, I started working as a faculty member at the University of Hawaii at Manoa. In the following year in 1991, I joined the Chinese Lutheran Church of Honolulu, where I have been until now. I started serving in the Church Council in 2001. I have been serving as the Councilor of the Chinese Gospel Fellowship for about five years and have been involved in campus ministries for many years. email@example.com
John is from Xuzhou City, Jiangsu Province. In 1982 I went to Cornell University for my graduate education. In 1990, I was baptized in the Chinese Christian Church in Boston. In 1990, I started working as a faculty member at the University of Hawaii at Manoa. In the following year in 1991, I joined the Chinese Lutheran Church of Honolulu, where I have been until now. I started serving in the Church Council in 2001. I have been serving as the Councilor of the Chinese Gospel Fellowship for about five years and have been involved in campus ministries for many years.
Phone: (415) 430-8489
Elijah Youen Qiu
Ball State University
University of Kentucky
Johns Hopkins University
Bobis involved in ministry to Chinese intellectuals at the AFC Student Center near Johns Hopkins University. Bob has a BS in engineering from Princeton University and M.Div. from Grace Seminary. He served two years in campus ministry in New Jersey, and then four years as missionaries in Chile. The Lord then led them back to the States for ministry among internationals which they have been doing since 1984.
Bob Lawton301-805-2245240-461-6751 (Cell)
Tzyy-Jiuan (Lily Lan) Tang
Johns Hopkins University
We serve at the AFC Student Center near Johns Hopkins University. We share the gospel with Chinese students, scholars, and their family members. Paul and Lily came from Taiwan. Paul graduated from Logos Evangelical Seminary in 2015. Lily is currently studying at Christian Witness Theological Seminary. They have 3 boys and serve at the AFC Student Center together.
Ministry Location： Baltimore , Maryland. AFC Student Center near Johns Hopkins University
Jonathan and Olive Chiu
Columbia University, NY
Before coming to Christ, I had been searching to know
the true and living God even at the age of 6, because I was confused by
watching my parents’ faithful offering of incense and food offerings to
the ancestors between the 1st and 15th days of the Chinese calendar.
Logically, it did not make any sense to follow their belief in ancestral
worship. While I was battling between my parents’ belief and my
grandfather’s Catholic faith, I decided to seek after the true and
living God as I was strongly influenced by my grandfather’s devotion to
the Catholic faith. At that time, I did not know the difference between
Protestant and Catholic, but I never stopped pursuing the true and
The Bible says in Psalm 37:4, “Delight yourself in the
LORD, and He will give you the desires of your heart.” Truly, God knew
my heart’s desire was to know Him. At the age of 9, God graciously
brought an American missionary couple to share the Easter story with me
at a house meeting. My close friend invited me to her house for Sunday
school during Easter season. After hearing the Easter story of the
resurrection of Jesus Christ, I was happy that I found Jesus, who is the
true and living God. I was delighted to know that Jesus came to give me
a new life and a hope for life. I can talk with Jesus everyday, anytime
and anywhere. Going to learn more about Jesus at the house meeting
every Sunday was really a great joy to me. Unfortunately, I could not go
to Sunday school for a while because the group moved to a church
nearby. Being a devout ancestral worshipper, my mother stopped me from
going to church on Sundays. As a little girl at the age of 9, I had no
choice, but to obey my mother’s order. Thankfully, I could continue
reading the Bible and praying to Jesus in my room without mother’s
Though I did not know completely how to live a
Christian life without a proper follow-up program, the Bible says, “He
has made everything beautiful in its time.” In His perfect timing, God
brought a college friend to invite me to her home for dinner. After
dinner, Alice shared the Four Spiritual Laws to me. I was shocked to
learn that I had not made a commitment to Jesus Christ even though I
found Him at the age of 9. No one had ever told me to say a prayer of
commitment to Jesus Christ and assured me of my salvation in God.
Without further delay, I prayed to receive Christ into my life.
Immediately, I received God’s peace, joy and love in my life. I am
grateful to God for that spiritual renewal at the age of 18. I had been
missing the mark of God’s standard, but He did not stop watching over
me. Praise to God for His powerful words in Isaiah 55:11, “So shall my
word be that goes out from My mouth; it shall not return to Me empty,
but it shall accomplish that which I purpose, and shall succeed in the
thing for which I sent it.” I dedicated my life to
Jesus Christ to serve Him after I was spiritually renewed by His power. I
said, “Here I am! Send me.” – Isaiah 6:8 at a prayer meeting as six
ladies gathered together to pray for the world weekly. Out of the six
ladies, three were called to serve Him overseas. I was one of the three
ladies who were called to serve Him among His chosen people in Israel.
Thereafter, God burdened me to continue praying for His chosen people
who are near to Him and yet so far from Him.
After much prayer
and preparation, God called me to serve His chosen people in New York
City in 1992. I have been faithfully serving God among the Jewish people
in the USA for 26 years in different cities in the USA: New York,
Virginia, and Pennsylvania and overseas in London. God has enlarged my
tent by adding another ministry, to work among international students on
campus since 2010. I can truly testify God’s faithfulness as I hold
onto this mission Bible verse in I Thessalonians 5:24, “He who calls you
is faithful; He will surely do it.” To God be the Glory! Amen.
Chia Yang Liu
University of Cincinnati
Steve & Violet Chen
Yen Yi Ho
University of S.Carolina
Texas Tech University
University of Texas