God’s Hand in Our Work

Lots of exciting things are happening!


Here’s the inside scoop from two of our key leaders, who share the latest insights and updates from the frontlines of our organization.

Two globes, side-by-side. One shows Asia and the other North America

Ben Chan, Asia Director for Partnerships and Development:

  • Post-production of two new promotional videos is in progress. These two new videos are for use by two big denominations in Hong Kong to publicize the movie project. Pray for the Lord to bring fruitful results.
  • I’m in the midst of planning promotional projects in Taiwan. Ask God to bless our partnership with OMF Taiwan as we work on these projects together.
  • On June 7th and 8th is a Business-As-Mission meeting in Hong Kong. There will be dozens of participants, all of whom are Christian businessmen. Pray for God’s favor as I share the movie project during the meeting.

Ken Haron, Director for Partnerships and Development:

  • I have seen God’s kingdom work in this movie project through the simple act of introductions. Some of these introductions have connected us with people who see the Hudson Taylor movie project as unique – having the potential to impact many lives as it’s produced and then distributed. We believe it can reach many people beyond church walls or existing missional communities and encourage viewers wherever they are in their spiritual journeys.
  • We’ve also seen evidence of growing interest in the funding of the production, which is the critical priority for this year. I’m grateful to be sharing the vision and goals. We expect a significant global reach, with a minimum of 4-6 million viewers seeing the movie. Pray for many “match-made-in-heaven” connections with those who would love to help bring this project to production next year!

Thank you so much for your part in supporting our work! We couldn’t do it without you.


If you have any questions, be sure to reach out to us.

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