September 20, 2018

[The Lees Update] Newsletter (September 2018)

I Will Build My Church

Romans 10:14-15 affirms to us that a key to the world evangelization lies in raising and sending of preachers to all corners of the nations. This biblical mandate articulates why Eunice and I have been doing what we’ve been doing for the world mission for over two decades.

From a dusty land of Malawi in Central Africa to a missionary-barred East Asian country, church leadership trainings are currently ongoing in 14 nations around the world. As a result, new churches are constantly planted and existing churches strengthened in those regions. Empowered local churches are sequentially encouraged to engage in societal transformation through school ministry, microfinance project, agricultural ministry, orphanage and so on. Many of our churches within EAPTC network shine Christ’s light by brining godly and positive changes in locality. This is what we at EAPTC believe God has called us to do.

At International Graduate School of Leadership (IGSL) in Manila, with which Eunice and I cooperate to raise up leaders for Asian churches, we lately underwent a field ministry practicum for a group of students who are being mentored by us. My team was dispatched by IGSL to Bogo, Philippines, where the area was previously affected by typhoon and needed both spiritual and relief aids. The team participated in the feeding programs for needy community and led a family life seminar for local church pastors and leaders. We’re committed to raise the “servant-steward leaders” through IGSL who will, in turn, return to their various communities and countries (around 20 Asian countries at the moment) and transform them for God’s glory. In fact, it is through their skillful works that Eunice and I expect to see God’s kingdom come in the regions where His light is still dim.

But without your supports and prayers, it won’t be possible. We’re able to do what we’re doing because of your generous and sacrificial supports. Will you stand with us in this biblical mandate to train and commission Christian leaders of all ages for social changes? If you have not supported us yet, kindly pray about doing so. We believe, this mission strategy is one of the least expensive yet most effective ways to contribute toward the fulfillment of the Great Commission. Would you pray about being a part of it? We’ll be honored to partner with you.

Sincerely yours for the nations,
Dr. Paul Lee (& Eunice)