The COVID-19 pandemic has taken a sharp turn in Hong Kong since February following a few seemingly stabilized months. May all of us stay well and healthy amid the severity of the pandemic. Talking about illness, Rev. Franky Tong is no stranger. From his sharing for this issue, we would be amazed by his toughness and faithfulness all along the way he struggled with critical diseases. Tortured for over a decade, Rev. Tong has felt even stronger the urge to “seize the day”. His life is a vivid manifestation of the Bible verse: “As long as it is day, we must do the works of him who sent me.”
Against the background of an uncertain and distressed social atmosphere, Rev. Doris Leung took up the position as Pastor-in-charge of Wing Kwong Pentecostal Holiness Church in succession of Rev. Joanne Wong. It is not hard to imagine the weight of the burden on her. In the special interview of this issue, Rev. Leung shared with us what she has gone through in her spiritual reflections in preparation for this huge responsibility, which might very well strengthen those who feel the call to serve.
Last but not least, Rev. Eddy Kwok’s meticulous hermeneutics of the verses in Philippians is not to be missed!
Interview with Rev. Doris Leung, the new Pastor-in-charge of WKPHC
Have the same mindset as Christ Jesus
Prayer unites us–PH Churches inHong Kong
Dancing with illnesses