Follow Up




Announcement video for May HK Conference, 2019.




Post conference interviews, 1st May, 2019

Lectures from the Discipleship Conference 門徒訓練大會 May 2019

門徒、職場、聖經 Discipleship in the Market Place
講者: 林正財醫生( Dr. C. C. Lam)

一生作門徒訓練的實踐、挑戰和祝福 A Life Time of Disciple Making - Practice, Challenges and Blessings
講者: 汪學寧先生 (Mr. Hok-ning Wong)

偉人也可以失腳(所羅門王的一生之啟示) How Even the Mighty Can Fall (From Life of Solomon)
講者: 王康義牧師 (Rev. Mavin Wong)


舊約如何幫助我們了解新約聖經 How Old Testament Helps Understand New Testament
講者: Dr. Seth Postell

靜觀冥想可否引導我們進入基督的心思意念? Will Mindfulness Lead Us to a Mind of Christ?
講者: 王康義牧師 (Rev. Mavin Wong)

如何進深研讀聖經 How to Go Deep in Bible Study
講者: Dr. Seth Postell




The Elementary Steps in Bible Study


Seto Wing Hong


Lesson 1   Key Thought
Lesson 2   Flow of Logical Relationships
Lesson 3   Summary and Key Verse
Lesson 4   Seek to Know the Meaning of Words
Lesson 5   Meditation
Lesson 6   Observations
Lesson 7   Application
Lesson 8   Putting it All Together
Lesson 9   Outline, Title and Key Centre
Lesson 10   Charting



「佑說查經」


(Currently available only in the Chinese language)

Joseph Woo


「佑說查經」是我在教會團契裏寫的一篇關於查經方法的文章。這是我近年查經的經驗,論到查經時需要如何處理經文的內容,及如何撰寫一篇查經筆記。通常三個原則筆者會找得很緊。第一,須要明白作者寫經文的目的、思路、編排;經節與經節的關係。二,是照經文的字面去詮釋,不應無中生有,尤其是當經文字面上沒有這樣說;亦不應鑽牛角尖,或亂作揣測。三,如有不明白中文譯本(如和合本)經文的字面意思,應先查看英文譯本。有須要時查看原文解釋亦是非常重要。
願文章能祝福各人,請讀者隨意下載



新生命栽培課程


(Currently available only in the Chinese language)

Wong Hok-ning


對於一個接受了耶穌基督為救主的人,聖經說他有一個新的、屬靈的生命,而他的人生有一個新的開始。

「若有人在基督裏、他就是新造的人.舊事已過、都變成新的了。」(哥林多後書5章17節)

他在基督裹的新生命需要成長,就像一個嬰孩逐漸長大一樣,以致他能過一個與他所得到的救恩相稱的生活,並且真正得到神的祝福。

「所以你們既除去一切的惡毒、詭詐、並假善、嫉妒、和一切毀謗的話、 就要愛慕那純淨的靈奶、像才生的嬰孩愛慕奶一樣、叫你們因此漸長、以致得救. 」(彼得前書2章1-2節)

《新生命栽培課程》是為初信的基督徒設計的聖經課程,藉著初信者個人查考聖經及由栽培者(聖經導師、團契組長、較成熟的基督徒等) 給予適當引導的形式,幫助初信的基督徒認識和實踐一些基礎聖經真理,從而鞏固信仰和在新生命中開始成長。



The Christian Wrestle with the World 基督徒的掙扎


(Currently available only in the Chinese language)

Curtis Chow


基督徒在生活上都有著很多掙扎,每個月我們來看一看這些掙扎會是怎麼樣。



Project John 17: discipleship and disciple making according to the Bible.


Seto Wing Luk


Matthew 28:18-20 (ESV): And Jesus came and said to them, “All authority in heaven and on earth has been given to me. Go therefore and make disciples of all nations, baptising them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe all that I have commanded you. And behold, I am with you always, to the end of the age.”

Many Christians find “the Great Commission” (above) compelling. After all, these words come to us from our resurrected Saviour when He was about to ascend into glory. The commission at once thrusts discipleship onto the world stage, backed by His promised presence, and hence His power. So we are rightly inspired by its grandeur, and purpose, and possibilities.

Sadly, passion towards the Commission is not always accompanied by a matching mindfulness towards the instructions that come with it. These instructions were first taught by Jesus, then amplified in every New Testament letter. Yet the followers of Jesus Christ are more prone to let their fired imaginations carry them, than to conscientiously study and follow biblical instructions concerning our Lord’s charge to all disciples to make disciples. John chapter 17 underscores the importance of this.

Jesus Christ prayed a lot: in all sorts of occasions and locations, and habitually before sunrise (Mar 1:35). Interestingly, records of His prayers are mostly pithy snippets; except for John 17 — here, His prayer is recorded in full.

John 17 begs our attention not only because of its unique content, but also because of its position.

The latter half of John’s Gospel transports us into the final intimate hours between Jesus and His disciples. In chapters 13-16, (the famed “Farewell Discourse”), Jesus gave them instructions, insights, and promises that would, first, brace His men for the shock of the cross; and, later, equip them for their life’s work. In chapter 17, He prayed for them in terms of these revelations: in other words, Jesus committed His vision and plan for His disciples to God; then, in chapter 18, He turned resolutely to the cross.

Thus Jesus instructed His disciples, prayed for them in His terms, then gave up His life that His disciples might be given His life and power to live out His teachings.

This column, dubbed Project John 17, is driven by the belief that the Great Commission is not a call to do our own work but to be a servant in His; not a call to realise our own visions, but to be a channel for His. We will work hard to comprehend discipleship and disciple making through John 17, that is, through His vision — according to the terms of His prayer for His disciples — so that we may do God’s work, God’s way.

1 Corinthians 2:2 (ESV) For I decided to know nothing among you except Jesus Christ and him crucified.