Author Archives: Ray Chang

About Ray Chang

I currently serve as the Senior Pastor of Ambassador Church in Brea. My mission is to make disciples from all nationalities, equip the next generation of leaders and plant as many churches I can in my lifetime – all to expand God’s kingdom and bring fame to His Name. I am a husband, father to two beautiful twin girls, and an avid technophile. I love anything with an Apple logo and with the letter “i” attached to it – iPhone, iMac, iLife which all leads to iambroke. You can follow me on twitter.com/pastorray.

Spiritual State of Taiwan

Here is a video of our tour of Taiwan last night. Phil Nickolson, OMF Director and Ed Stetzer share the spiritual state of Taiwan. Advertisements

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Ed Stetzer Blog on Jet Set

This is from ED STETZER’S WEBSITE: http://www.edstetzer.com: I am blogging from Taiwan. You can’t get much farther away from Nashville. While here I will be working with the Upstream Collective and another organization. For some contextual reasons, I won’t be saying … Continue reading

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Jet Set Vision Tour Asia

You’ll be able to keep up with our every move via  Twitter, Ed Stetzer’s blog, the Upstream Collective blog, and  at Dining with Sinners. Blogging friends (a full list will be published shortly) will follow along to provide running commentary and video of … Continue reading

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Vision Trip Day One Video

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Vision Trip Blog – Day One September 18, 2009

Just arrived at Incheon, Korea. I have a seven hour lay over before I head to Taipei. On the plane, I had an interesting conversation with a Chinese gentleman in his 70’s who lived most of his life in Atlanta, … Continue reading

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The Power of an Invitation

Yesterday, I spoke on the need for us to living out missional lives. We can do this by praying, building redemptive relationship and inviting people to church. It may sound simple, but the reality of being inviters is not an … Continue reading

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The Power of God’s Word to Transform Us

Last night in our Board meeting, we discussed briefly how we are doing in our reading of Scripture. As we spent the summer going through WIND (Word in Ninety Days), some shared that it was a daunting task, trying to … Continue reading

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