The following are listed in alphabetical order.
Angela Chang is the youth pastor in River of Life Christian Church.
Emily Lim co-pastors Bread of Life Christian Church in Richmond , B.C. Along with being a pastor, she is working her way towards being a professor, specializing in Ancient Judaic studies and Biblical studies. Emily has a passion for God and is particularly interested in Young Adult and Women’s ministry. She strives to teach the bible in practical, creative, and dynamic ways.
Jack, a friend of Jesus Christ, enjoys dwelling in the presence of God and he is always passionate about sharing the love of God with people. Jack’s background is in industrial design; he works as a design director as well as a senior leader at Impact. In 2005, Jack and his wife, Annie started Impact Harvest Church while Jack was working as a full time senior designer at Mattel Inc. Impact became the first youth church in the River of Life church network. Impact started out with 3 people; by God’s grace, many are saved, healed and delivered.
Jack and Annie’s calling is to disciple the next generation to fulfill their destiny in Christ Jesus.
James Wang is the assistant pastor in River of Life Christian Church.
王亞辰牧師，生命河靈糧堂助理牧師 : 成長於台灣，十六歲來美留學加入生命 河靈糧堂，成立小留學生小組，後擴展為青年人「飛揚牧區」。聖荷西州大Graphic Design 畢業後蒙召，進入Western神學院就讀，開 始在教會全職事奉。目前擔任飛揚牧區之區牧，並定期在主日崇拜帶領敬拜，「願我的磐石被人稱頌」、「主啊我們也要」、「活出最高 點」、「美好清晨」等皆為其創作曲。網路上不定期 po youtube 影片: 老詹的話 。興趣：籃球，音樂，品嚐美食，講笑話，和關心周圍的朋友。家庭成員: 妻子章文絢師母和兒子以諾 (阿諾) 。
Phil Yien has been the volunteer youth leader at Bread of Life in Portland since March 2006, and has enjoyed (almost...) every moment of this experience. He is currently studying youth and family ministry at Western Seminary in Portland, Oregon, where he lives with his wife of 8 years, Ruth. Phil considers his marriage "bi-cultural" as Ruth was born and raised in Taiwan while Phil was born and raised in the U.S.. His biggest ministry passion is trying to help and encourage 1.5 and 2nd generation (and beyond) Chinese American Christians to embrace and find their special, ethnicity and cultural related roles in this exciting time before Christ's return!
Quoc Nguyen gave his life to Jesus in 1993 after overdosing on drugs at the age of 17. He was instantly set free the moment he surrendered his life to Christ. He graduated from Spirit Life Bible College in 1998 and joined the New Life Drama Company immediately after. He traveled with that ministry for two years all over the United States and parts of Europe, preaching the gospel through the art form of drama in churches, prisons, camps, homes, schools and the streets. In 2000 Quoc went to South East Asia for a year and ministered in Vietnam, Cambodia, and the Philippines. He is currently the Youth Pastor of Vietnamese Christian Community Church an inner city church on the east side of San Jose, Ca. Quoc frequently preaches at retreats and conferences. He is ordained by Freedom Worship Center. His heart’s desire is to save as many souls as possible before Jesus comes back and see the church fired up once again to holiness, evangelism, and intimacy with God. Empowering this generation for Christ and influencing youth culture to make a difference.
Rosalie grew up in San Jose, California. She entered into youth ministry when she was 18 years old. Her heart’s desire is to see adolescents living a lifestyle of Christ likeness while living in today’s world. She believes in the power of discipleship and connecting with youth through building authentic meaningful relationships. Rosalie teaches 5th grade on the East Side of San Jose, while serving as the director of BAAYF, a nonprofit organization that focuses on empowering student relationships with God. She has a Bachelors Degree in Child and Adolescent Development and a Masters Degree in Education from San Jose State University.