Dear friends, I’m Conrad Kwok, I’m Fiona Kwok. We are the Team Leaders of the Chinese Ministries Team of CBM. We oversee the ministries in Germany, the Golden Triangle and East Asia.
About Conrad and Fiona Kwok
In 2013, Conrad and Fiona joined CBM as Global Field Staff stationed in the Golden Triangle region, working with the Thailand Bethel Theological Institute to train and equip pastors and church leaders. In August 2018, they became Team Leaders of the Chinese Ministries Team (CMT). Their role is to direct, coach, and empower Field Staff, strategically assisting CBM’s partners towards shared objectives. They relocated to Toronto in April 2021, providing additional support to the team in Germany, the Golden Triangle, Hong Kong, and East Asia by bridging the church in Canada to local churches overseas.
Before their CBM appointment, Conrad was the Mandarin pastor at Brampton Chinese Baptist Church and led the work to plant two new churches. He also served on the Executive Council of the Toronto Chinese Evangelical Ministerial Fellowship. Fiona worked as an office manager at the Canadian Baptists of Ontario and Quebec.
Conrad and Fiona have two married children – Terrance Kwok & Michelle Lau, Elaine Kwok & Michael Chang, and one granddaughter.
After three long years of the pandemic, the border of Thailand and Myanmar finally re-opened in February. Because of the re-opening of the border, our partner, Bethel Bible Theological Institute, was able to hold an in-person graduation ceremony.
Dear friends, I’m Conrad Kwok, and I’m Fiona Kwok. We are the Team Leaders of the Chinese Ministries Team of CBM. We oversee the ministries in Germany, the Golden Triangle and East Asia. As we pray today, we would like first to give thanks to the Lord.
Season's greetings. We wish you a very Merry Christmas and a blessed New Year! As the pandemic eases and traveling opens up around the world, we’ve had the opportunity to travel to the field. We are very happy to be able to visit our staff, partners and churches again. It has been almost two years since we came back to Toronto.
As with the rest of the world, global supply chain disruptions have caused inflation and hindered the pandemic recovery efforts of Asian nations. The war in Ukraine is expected to increase poverty in Thailand through high food and energy prices. In addition, Asian nations continue to recover from learning poverty for school-aged children due
We’re the team leaders of the Chinese Ministries Team of CBM. We oversee the work in Germany, the Golden Triangle and East Asia. On behalf of our team and CBM, we would like to thank you for your ongoing prayers and support through our partnership.
The situation in Myanmar is still difficult. We continue to receive reports from the field. So many of our students, pastors, and alumni have contracted COVID. The high inflation and political unrest still affect daily life. People have no jobs, therefore no money to bring food on the table.