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2009 CCCNJ Mission Conference

Theme: Be My Witness (Acts 1:8)


Date: 3/27~29/2009, Friday ~ Sunday

A Brief Introduction of Speakers

English Speaker: Jim LeMaster

Jim LeMaster was born and raised in the Pacific Northwest. In the late 80’s, Jim completed a Masters of Science
at the University of Washington in the field of Construction Management. During the school study, Jim learned in
ministry skills and knowledge through involvement with Campus Crusade. When Jim took the last short-term
ministry trips to China, he met with his wife Ruth and got marry in 1988. Ruth, daughter of Elder C.S. Yang, was
also a long-time New Jersey resident and CCCNJ attendant.

Jim and Ruth joined Campus Crusade as missionaries in 1993 and then have been living in China or Taiwan since
1994. Jim later received a Masters in Divinity at China Evangelical Seminary in Taiwan. Jim’s work in Far East has
been somewhat varied, including the evangelization and disciple training, various human resources duty, helping
and teaching new theological courses, giving pre-evangelistic lectures, dealing with apologetic issues and doing
pre-marital counseling. Jim held leadership positions in several of these areas.

In 2007, Jim was accepted as a provisional Doctor of Ministry student at Southern Evangelical Seminary in
Charlotte, NC. Currently, Jim is also working a discipleship curriculum for international students (including
Chinese students), and Ruth is carrying the bulk of the home-schooling load. They have 3 children, Rebecca,
Micah and Anna.

Mandarin Speaker: Rev. Cyrus Lam


Rev. Lam acquired his Doctor of Missionlogy Degree from Fuller Theological Seminary in 1983, and now is the
international director of Gospel Operation International for Chinese Christians (Gospel Operation International). In
the past, Rev. Lam has been served in many places/organizations, including as Associate General Secretary of
CCM, the senior pastor of Edmonton Chinese Christian Church, Alberta, Canada; and a missionary of CMA from
Hong Kong to Sumatra, Indonesia serving in the area of church planting. He is also a mission lecturer at seminaries
in USA (including Nyack Theological Seminary in New Jersey), Canada, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Brazil and China.

Rev. Lam has wonderful family, spouse Pearl Lam, 3 children Caris (married), Iris (married) and Johan, and now
is living in California

Testimony: brother Lin, ChangHorng (Charles)


Brother ChangHorng (Charles) Lin & his wife Jinny were baptized at CCCNJ in 1994, and joined the Livingstone
Fellowship. In 2001, they were received the calling by the Lord, and became the full-time missionary and joined
China Soul for the Christ Foundation in California. In May 2003, the Lord bestowed His guidance to lead them
establishing Emmanuel Resource Service (ERS) Ministries.

Since then, ERS is called to serve the Lord in the fields of mass media production and information aids for
churches, evangelical ministries, and missionaries to serve Christian believers, and ultimately to bring non-
believers to know God.

ChangHorng & Jinny Lin have wonderful family with 3 children, Stephanie, Iris and Joseph. They are living in
Santa Rosa, California now.