Richard has been on staff at CCGC since 1998,
mainly serving as the pastor for the English-speaking congregation.
However, because of his unique background and abilities, God has used him
mightily in both language congregations. He grew up in Taiwan and came to
this country after his college studies. After working for many years in
the finance industry, he sensed God's leading of him towards pastoral ministry,
at which time he began his seminary studies at Western Seminary while serving
Edward Cheng, Pastoredcheng14@yahoo.com
Eddie came to CCGC in 2002 to serve as the minister to students. After growing up in Los Angeles, he came to the Bay area in 1994 for his college studies where he studied Molecular Biology with a dream of becoming a pediatrician. However, God placed on his heart a burden to serve His people during his last year of college. In 2000, after a series of family incidents, Eddie enrolled at Western Seminary in the M.Div. program. After graduating from Western in 2003, Eddie began to serve at CCGC on a full-time basis.
Prior to coming to CCGC in January 2014,
Pastor David has had extensive experience serving the Lord in Chinese bilingual
churches in the South Bay Area.His life
message encourages and equips others to do their part in fulfilling the Great
Commission (Matthew 28:19-20), the Great Commandments (Matthew 22:36-39), and
the Cultural Mandate (Genesis 1:26-28). His educational background includes a
Masters in Philosophy as well as an M.Div.He is a former member of the Chinese Writer's Association (CWA), was once
the Senior Editor of Cultural Journal, and has published different books in
Chinese literature and a commentary on the Book of Revelation (TienDao
Publishing House, Hong Kong, 2005).
Minister Hsiu-Lan Tsui was born in South Korea. In 1967 she became a Christian and was baptized in the Seoul Overseas Chinese Christian Church. She received basic elementary and high school education in the local Chinese schools. Later in the spring of 1976 she obtained a B.S. degree from EwhaWomansUniversity in Seoul. In the following year she did graduate studies in home economics atChineseCultureUniversity, specializing in child development and care. After her whole family immigrated to America in 1983, she became involved in various ministries at CCGC, serving as a deacon for several years. In the beginning of 2001, she enrolled at Christian Witness Theological Seminary and later completed a Masters of Ministry Degree. She officially began serving as a minister in the Chinese congregation of CCGC in October 2004.
Stephanie has been attending CCGC ever since she was
in the 4th grade (1997).She was
baptized while she was in high school and then went off to college in Southern
California. After college, God lead her through a series of events that sparked
her interest in pursuing full-time ministry. She enrolled in Western Seminary
where she finished her ministerial studies. God has given her a heart for
children and building foundations of faith for His kingdom.