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May 15, 2011 – Dr. Kai-Shing Yeung and wife to serve full time in Germany
Dr. Kai Shing Yeung will take early retirement in May 2011 from the University of Texas at Arlington where he has been teaching for over 20 years. He and his wife, Kythrine, will serve as missionary full time in Germany. They plan to stay in Germany eight months out of each year and come back to their home church in Arlington, Texas for a few months each summer.
Dr. Yeung’s testimony (MS Word)

Feb. 20, 2011 – Mr. Kai Tai Yeung and Wife to Serve in U.K.
Kai Tai Yeung and his wife will be going to Northampton of UK between mid-June and mid-August, 2011 to serve the brothers/sisters there. They will join the vision tour by flying from UK. They are also considering visiting Toulouse, France after the tour. 美國播道差會 has a ministry there for several years, while 香港播道差會 will send 2-3 missionaries in this year to support the development of Chinese ministry in Toulouse. There is a good potential for collaborative training in Germany/France (Yan Fook’s missionary unit for the Gulf Area also asks them to explore whether ACME’s training base in Germany can offer training to brothers/sisters from that area, which is only a few hour away by plane).

Feb. 15, 2011 – Second Germany Vision Tour Planned
A plan is being developed to have the vision tour of cities in Germany. The tour is between seven to ten days and the tentative dates are between late June and early July in 2011. Pastors and leaders of churches are welcome to join the tour. If interested, please contact Kai Tai Yeung in Hong Kong (email: ktyeung@gmail.com) or Bill Luk in United States (email: William_y_luk@yahoo.com)

Feb. 1, 2011 – ACME Approved as Charitable Organization in US
The Alliance for Chinese Mission in Europe (ACME) has been approved by the Internal Revenue Services in the United States as a charitable organization. All donations to this organization is now deductible for income tax purpose in the US.

Sept. 10, 2010 – First Vision Tour in Germany Completed
With the assistance of Michaela Ho, the director of German Lending Library, a 10-day vision tour was organized and completed in August 2010. Members of the tour included pastors and church leaders from Hong Kong and United States. The group visited 7 cities and saw first-hand the great needs of the Chinese Christian community in Germany. The group plans to organize missionary visits to some of these cities in the future. A plan is being developed to start a training program for Chinese Christians as either lay leaders or full time ministers in Germany.

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