The Executive Board of the Chinese Baptist Fellowship met in Anaheim, California on June 16, 2022 and voted to appoint the Rev. Jeremy Sin as the new Executive Director due to health issues faced by our current Executive Director that made it impossible for him to travel and at his request to be released from his du-ties. Rev. Sin will assume his responsibilities July 1, 2022. We praise God for His provision to the Fellowship. A brief description of Rev. Sin’s qualifications and ministry experience is appended below.
We appreciate the generosity of the North American Mission Board in allowing Rev. Sin to serve in this capacity while still on staff there as their National Church Planting Catalyst.
Rev. Amos Lee will continue to serve at the Fellowship as Senior Liaison whose role is to support the minis-try of the new Executive Director.
Brief Profile of the Rev. Jeremy Sin
Rev. Jeremy Sin is the National Church Planting Catalyst of the North American Mission Board of the Southern Baptist Convention responsible for promoting church planting ministries among East Asian communities in the United States and Canada. He is passionate about mobilizing churches to share the gospel and plant churches, and actively seeks and nurtures church planting missionaries.
Born and raised in Hong Kong, Rev. Sin decided to follow Christ in his freshman year of college and was baptized at the Kowloon International Baptist Church, where he was soon called to preach.
He graduated from the Hong Kong Baptist University with a degree in English and received his Master of Divinity degree from the Hong Kong Baptist Theological Seminary (1982) and the Doctor of Ministry degree from Golden Gate Baptist Theological Seminary (1991).
Prior to his ministry in North America, Rev. Sin pastored and was ordained by the Macau Baptist Church (1983), served as the principal of the Macau Baptist School, and pastored churches in Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Atlanta. He has also served as a member of the Strategic Planning Committee of the California Southern Baptist Convention, Ethnic Resource Team of the Georgia Baptist Convention, Credential Committee of the San Francisco Peninsula Baptist Association, and moderator of the Metro Baptist Association.
Pastor Sin loves translation work and has been involved in writing and translating Baptist Adult Sunday School materials and developing teaching guidelines.
Rev. and Mrs. Sin have four adult children, all of whom live in Atlanta.