Bishop Hwa Yung on the Book of Acts, The Holy Spirit and Revival, Missional Community, Persecution, Workplace Mission, Servant Leadership, and Taking the Gospel to the Ends of the Earth.

Have you ever wondered how the book of Acts intersects with our own cultural and missional moment?

In today’s episode, we interview Bishop Emeritus Hwa Yung, a pivotal figure in global Christian leadership, as he invites us to explore the Book of Acts as a foundational text for the upcoming Seoul 2024 Congress,and its relevance for today’s Church.

Explore the dynamic role of the Holy Spirit, the transformative power of missional communities, and the pressing significance of persecution.Hear Bishop Hwa Yung’s wisdom on integrating Christian mission into the workplace, reimagining leadership as servanthood, and spreading the Gospel to the ends of the Earth.This episode is a must-listen for anyone invested in the Church’s global mission.

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Guests in This Episode

Bishop Hwa Yung

Bishop Hwa Yung is the Bishop Emeritus of the Methodist Church in Malaysia. He has served extensively as a pastor, bishop, and the principal of Malaysia Theological Seminary. He is also an accomplished author, with works including “Leadership or Servanthood?: Walking in the Steps of Jesus” and “Asian Christian Ethics.” His commitment to global ministry is reflected in his leadership as Chair of the Council of Trustees at the Oxford Centre for Mission Studies and as a member of the International Board of the Lausanne Movement.

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