Author: Lue-Yee Tsang

Lue-Yee Tsang, BA Calif. Berkeley 2009, is an Anglican seminarian, interested in developing classical Christian education within the Chinese cultural tradition, and in biblical worship that forms the affections in the image of Christ’s risen, glorified, and incorruptible body. His very uneven Chinese literacy allows him to quote classical Chinese poetry but not to read a Chinese newspaper article quickly.

2023 Kingdom Leadership Conference This December: Faith in Christ’s Supremacy (Hebrews 10.19–22)

7 October 2023

The Kingdom Leadership Conference this winter is to be held from 26 to 29 December 2023, aboard a cruise ship taking a roundtrip voyage from Long Beach to Ensenada, Mexico (register with Carnival here). The cost being comparable with the costs of other venues, we hope this new venue will prove fruitful for those who […]

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Fall 2022 Update

14 September 2022

Download Newsletter PDF Holy Cross Day, 14 September 2022. Dear brethren in Christ, Thanks be to God that this winter we are once more meeting in person at a conference centre, and that the work of WCCCC has never stopped in any year of the Covid pandemic. The Lord, knowing what he himself had permitted […]

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2022 Winter Conference: To Bear My Name Before the Gentiles and Kings (Sign Up!)

3 September 2022

WCCCC’s 2022 winter conference, now called the Kingdom Leadership Conference, will be held from 31 December 2022 to 2 January 2023, to the theme To Bear My Name Before the Gentiles and Kings 播我名於異邦人及諸王 (Acts 9.10–16). For the first time, the conference will be held not at Mount Hermon Camp & Conference Center, as in […]

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2022 Thematic Bible Conference

18 May 2022

Conference on inductive Bible study coming up this Memorial Day long weekend Independence Day (4 July) long weekend. Both in-person and virtual options are available. On each day of the conference, there will be multiple short lectures by the Right Reverend N. T. Wright, formerly Lord Bishop of Durham, on aspects of Acts 6.8–12.24. There […]

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2021 Winter Conference: Keynote Speakers, Venue, Registration

29 October 2021

This year’s WCCCC Winter Conference is coming up, in the long weekend from 31 December 2021 to 2 January 2022. Speakers Our 2021 theme being None Among Them That Lacked (Acts 4.31–36), we have two keynote speakers: Aaron Renn is founder of The Masculinist, and an opinion-leading urban analyst, consultant, speaker, and writer on a […]

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2021 Winter Conference: None Among Them That Lacked

17 October 2021

The 2021 Winter Conference is to be held from 31 December 2021 to 2 January 2022. We plan to have both in-person attendance in southern California and online attendance on our Discord server. The theme will be None Among Them That Lacked, based on Acts 4.31–36: And when they had prayed, the place was shaken […]

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2021 Thematic Bible Conference Speaker: Alastair Roberts

15 March 2021

For those who are considering the 2021 Thematic Bible Conference, to be held 29–31 May, we have confirmed Alastair Roberts as a keynote speaker for the third consecutive year, this time for the beginning of Acts now that we have finished our study of Luke: We can be tempted to regard the book of Acts […]

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2021 Thematic Bible Conference: 29–31 May

28 February 2021

This year’s Thematic Bible Conference, beginning our four-year study of Acts, will be over Memorial Day weekend, 29–31 May 2021. A keynote speaker will, God willing, be confirmed in March.

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Announcing the 2021 Thematic Bible Conference

17 February 2021

Last year, at the Alumni Association’s annual Thematic Bible Conference in the summer, we finished our three-year study of the Gospel of Luke; this year, we will begin studying the Acts of the Apostles at the Thematic Bible Conference from 2021 to 2024. Because of the ongoing pandemic, we will hold the conference online again, […]

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Spring Update, and Fasting Before Easter

17 February 2021

Today is Ash Wednesday, a time of fasting for much of the Church in remembrance of our sins. Besides being a key date for this quarter’s Ember fast (next Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday), a time when the Church fasts before the Lord and makes ready for the quarterly ordinations of deacons and elders, it also […]

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