Steve Chong | The RICE Movement: Pursuing Discipleship, Evangelism, and Renewal
Steve Chong and Graham Hill talk about the RICE Movement and its passion for helping people pursue discipleship, evangelism, and renewal. The Global Church Project episode #121.
Steve Chong is the founding leader and director of the RICE Movement and he loves seeing how God is raising up the next generation of young people come to know Jesus and be renewed in their faith. Growing up with chinese-malaysian family, schooling at James Ruse High School and studying commerce meant that even though he was born in Australia Steve has been surrounded by asian youth all his life which has likely fuelled a passion to see his Australian asian demographic be used by God. Having worked as a youth pastor, he completed bible college and then spent 7 years leading a church but now is part time working for RICE and part time in an itinerant preaching role, living by faith and speaking at different churches and events in Sydney, Australia and abroad. He is married to a Naomi and they have two boys and two girls all under the age of 8. You can support and book Steve via RICE’s itinerant speaking ministry here – ricemovement.org/our-board/ – and you can follow him on facebook (facebook.com/stevechong) and on instagram (instagram.com/steve.chong) or on snapchat (@steve.chong)
The vision of the RICE Movement is for a renewal of gospel evangelism in Australia through the raising up of high school youth, university students, and young workers, so that they are mobilised into action for God’s purposes. It is RICE’s passion to convict, mobilise, equip, train, and revitalise the next generation to serve the Lord Jesus Christ through the events they run. Their hope is that RICE will continue to bless and be blessed by Sydney’s youth. RICE yearns for a generation that is ready to lead Australia towards love and good deeds, following the example of Christ. See ricemovement.org/about-us/
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