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CK & Rebecca from MEGST
Thursday 23 May 2019
Greenlane Christian Centre, 7pm
Dr CK is the Principal at MEGST and as a younger leader, CK is passionate about the Gospel going out into the new Myanmar, and has a clear vision for the key role MEGST plays in this: to produce future leaders who are deeply rooted in God’s word who also diligently preach and teach the word of God to others.
CK attained an MTh from SAIACS, Bangalore. In 1999, he became the first full time faculty member to join Aung Mang at MEGST and he has since completed a PhD (AGST, Philippines). In addition to teaching, CK has served MEGST as Dean of Students, Dean of Post Graduate Studies, Academic Dean, and since June 2017, as Principal.
CK is married to Rebecca Rem Ruat and they have three children.
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From our Partner Schools
Pakistan: Meet the new principal of our Partner School, ZBS - Aug 2018
Myanmar: MEGST News - June/July 2018
Read our latest Annual Report Highlights 2018
Here's a map of where we're working across Asia-Pacific.
December 2018 - Radio Rhema interviews Jenni Bedford, skilled volunteer on her return from ESOL teaching to Christian leaders in Sri Lanka
November 2018 - Radio Rhema interviews Tony Plews on the Christmas Commentary Challenge 18
October 2018 - Radio Rhema interviews Langham Scholar, George Mombi about developing leaders in PNG
October 2018 - Radio Rhema interviews Allan Harkness about developing leaders in the challenging context of Pakistan
September 208 - Radio Rhema interviews Dwi Handayani (Ass. Director for Asia for Langham Preaching) about training grassroots preachers in Indonesia and Asia.
September 2016 - Christian Life interviews Paul Windsor about training preachers around the world with Langham Preaching (pg 3)
April 2016 - Christian Life interviews Tony Plews
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Operation World “Leadership development is the crucial bottleneck to Church growth. There is a worldwide lack of men and women truly called of God and deeply taught in the Scriptures to lead the churches … Those who accurately and effectively expound the Scriptures are few, especially in areas where the churches are growing rapidly.” Operation World 2010 p17