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General Secretary
Rev. Samuel Chiang

The Lord sent Rev. Samuel Chiang to CCM as the new General Secretary, and he began his service on July 1, 2009.

For the past 20 years, Rev. Chiang has been serving as the senior pastor of the Jireh Church in New Jersey. He founded this church with eight families and has seen it grows to about 400 people today. Prior to his pastoral ministry, Pastor Chiang served for 12 years at the China Evangelical Seminary in Taiwan in the area of administration, and was responsible for planning and general affair. If desire to invite Rev. Chiang to be the preacher in the worship or other gathering, please contact CCM at 707-762-1314. Rev. Chiang's native language is Mandarin.

November 2019

Dear Friends of CCM,

We send our warmest regards to you during this Thanksgiving Season!

Mr. Chung is a Basic English student at our Milpitas Gospel Center. After the patient teaching and Gospel message sharing by our teacher and co-workers, he made a commitment to accept Jesus on August 8. On August 18, a total of five brothers and sisters at our Houston Gospel Center were baptized to follow Jesus. Thank you Lord!

Co-workers of our China ministries sent a brief message from China, “A majority of the area’s large scale meetings have been banned. At several disciples training churches, believers open their own homes; many small group leaders are trained. Except the baptism, the Holy Communions are now conducted by small group leaders.”

Recently our Literature Department received several encouraging letters:

  • “I am Erika, a co-worker at the Alliance Church in Salvador. Last year, Salvador and China established diplomatic relations; a lot of Chinese are coming, and we need to increase our subscription of Chinese Today for our visitations. ”
  • “I am Jianqiang Wu, secretary of the Deacon Committee of Surinam Alliance Church in South America. We need more copies of Chinese Today for visitations.”
  • “Beginning early October, we will go to Chile to share the Gospel with our Chinese restaurant workers; we need 100 copies of Chinese Today.” (Pastor Liu, USA)

Missionary Mrs. Siuwan Dorcas Ma Ho wrote from North Thailand:

In 1994 Pastor Ho and I clearly knew that God lead us to start the Christian Chiang Khong Education Center. By our 15th anniversary, we have planned to handover the center, and our co-workers recommended Sister Wen Yi Ho to be the successor. After 3 years she accepted. For long term planning, Wen Yi spent four years to attend Chiang Rai Royal University on weekends. Praise God that she completed her degrees last August. Wen Yi is a person who puts God in priority; she is a person of self-respect, of good moral character and conduct. She does not covet for money nor material things, and she is honest. She is a person who does more than she talks. Co-workers at the center all love and trust her. Presently, she is a mission worker of CCM and volunteer pastor of Wieng Thong Baptist Church. She will officially takeover as the Director of the Chiang Khong Education Center on October 12.

During this wonderful Thanksgiving Season, we pray that our Heavenly Father will bestow His many blessings on our Friends of CCM, and that He provides all your needs. CCM has been operating in red for the past 10 months (over $900,000). Please support us with your generous donations.

May you be blessed with abundance of Grace in Christ.

Your coworker in Christ,

Samuel Chiang (Rev.)
General Secretary