Conference Speaker Profile
Ed began ministering to Asian Americans in 1977 in a Chinese church. He served as the Christian Education director at Chinese Independent Baptist Church before his 12-year tenure at Dallas Chinese Bible Church. He was ordained in 1990 and became the English pastor. In 1996, after responding to the Holy Spirit at the Clergy Promise Keepers Conference, Ed made a commitment to be more intentional in relating to all people, promoting unity and racial reconciliation throughout the whole body of Christ. That same year, he answered God’s call to be a partner in planting a multi-ethnic church with Fort Bend Community Church in Missouri City, a Houston suburb. In ten years, the church grew to 1,300 people, attracting mostly Chinese immigrants. The church is comprised of three language congregations. Ed led the English congregation to become more inclusive and diverse through vision casting, faithful preaching and teaching, and intentional planning. The English congregation grew in diversity, but remained a predominately Chinese church. In 2006, Ed felt God’s leading to plant a truly multi-ethnic church. With the partnership of the Evangelical Covenant Church, Mosaic Community Covenant Church of Sugar Land, Texas was birthed with a distinctive of being very intentional about promoting racial righteousness.