Yuguang He (Chairman)
Brother Yuguang He came from Changchun, Jilin, China. He accepted Jesus Christ as his savior in 1993 and was baptized in Rhode Island Chinese Christian Church in June 1994. During 1994-1997, he participated and served in the student fellowship at UConn. His family moved to Boston in June 1997 and has been attending CBCGB even since. In year 2001 he was accepted as a church member. He served on the Board of Deacons for six years during 2003-2010 and on the Board of Elders from 2014 till present, coordinating evangelistic and spiritual revival meetings, assisting pastoral staff in fellowship leader/ disciple training, and leading the stewardship committee, overseeing mission committee, social concern committee, and spiritual formation committee. Yuguang has served in various committees such as deacon nomination committees, pastoral staff search committees, and church bylaw review committee. He had many years of experience in teaching adult Sunday school, EE visitation, and teaching children’s program such as POINEER and AWANA, and also participated and coordinated overseas short-term missions. He had served the Berean Fellowship and Andover Saturday outreach bible study group for many years, and in 2013 joined the Salt&Light Fellowship, and also started serving Quincy fellowship and supporting Green Olive Fellowship. Yuguang has married to wife Jie Chen for 28 years, and they together have raised a son, Leon. Jie accepted Jesus Christ as her Savior and Lord in 1991 and was baptized in the same year. Leon accepted Jesus as his Savior and Lord and was baptized in CBCGB in 2010.
Chaw-Bing was born in Sichuan, China and grew up in Taiwan. He accepted Jesus Christ as his personal savior during his sophomore year at Cheng Kung University, Tainan, Taiwan and was baptized at Tainan Baptist Church. He came to State University of New York at Buffalo for graduate study where he met his wife Kia-Ling. They were members of Buffalo Chinese Christian Student Fellowship and Chaw-Bing served as a deacon at Christian Fellowship Baptist Church in Buffalo, NY. They moved to Boston in the fall of 1974 and have been with CBCGB since. During his spiritual formation, Chaw-Bing benefited greatly from the teachings of Pastors Chiu (焦源濂), Lee (李秀全), and Chuang (莊祖鯤). Believing that serving is participation, Chaw-Bing served in a variety of church ministries including choir, worship, missions, transportation, property, kitchen, stewardship council, youth group, college fellowship (Inter-collegiate Christian Fellowship), Zion fellowship, and Sunday school. He is currently active in teaching, pulpit translation, and preaching. Chaw-Bing served as a deacon for many years and as chair of the board of deacons for four years. He was installed as an elder in 2002. Motivated by the Lord’s great commission to lead people to Christ and make them disciples, Chaw-Bing and Kia-Ling joined the MIT campus Bible Study Group in 2003 with the goal of reaching out to Mandarin speaking Chinese intellectuals around the Boston area. CBCGB established the City Outreach Ministry (COM) to expand student and scholar’s ministry in the metropolitan area under Pastor Ju-Ta Pan’s leadership. Chaw-Bing’s involvement in the COM includes fellowship counseling, teaching, preaching, and participation in COM’s Planning Group activities.
Chaw-Bing’s professional career has been with MIT Lincoln Laboratory. He has authored and co-authored more than 70 articles and research reports and a book entitled “Applied State Estimation and Association”, published by MIT Press in 2016. This book is in the process of being translated into Chinese.
Chaw-Bing and Kia-Ling are parents of two daughters, Karen and Connie. Karen is married to Berhan Yeh with three children, Kaitlyn, Brandon, and Karynna. All family members attend CBCGB.
KC Chu was born in Zhejiang, China and raised in Taiwan. He came to know Christ when he was a graduate student. After his baptism at CBCGB in December, 1971, he became a church member in CBCGB and served the Lord ever since. KC served in various ministries in CBCGB such as Choir, Adult Sunday School, Children Sunday School, fellowships, Stewardship committee, Treasurer, Building committee, Board of Deacons, Board of Elders etc. He was elected as a Deacon in 1976 and was installed by Pastor Stephen Chiu in January 1977. He is currently serving in Adult Sunday School and Church Building Expansion Team.
He believes that the church is the household of the living God, the pillar and foundation of the truth. According to Ephesians 4:12 a church must be able to “prepare God’s people for works of service, so that the body of Christ may be built up”. It is through the Sunday sermons, Sunday school teaching, fellowship of the believers and their participation in church ministries that God’s people can “reach the unity in the faith and in the knowledge of the son of God and become mature, attaining to the whole measure of the fullness of Christ” (Ephesians 4:13).
KC and Teresa have raised two daughters; Josephine and Melissa. Both were married and currently attending church in the area they live.
Brother Timothy Lu was born in Kaohsiung, Taiwan and grew up as a pastor’s kid. He came to know the Lord after sixth grade at an evangelistic meeting held by Pastor Thomas Wang. He was baptized in his sophomore year of high school at Kaohsiung Baptist Church. In 1991, after receiving a Master’s degree in computer engineering, he worked as a software engineer at UNISYS in Maryland. While at the Chinese Bible Church of College Park in Maryland, he served on the deacon board, as a Sunday school teacher, and in the choir. In August 1995, he and his family moved to Boston where he started participating in church worship, choir, Sunday School, the Gospel team, and worship team. He also was one of the first co-workers to assist in the design and construction of the church network and website. In 2006, he began serving four years as deacon, where he was responsible for Chinese Ministry worship, and in 2007, he began working with student fellowship groups at City Outreach Ministry. He has been serving on the Board of Elders since 2014. Brother Timothy loves music and especially loves worshipping God through musical ministry. He believes that true worship entails a renewed life, offering up not only the physical body, but also the entirety of one’s spirit and heart, being transformed by the renewing of one’s mind, conforming to God’s will. God’s love, righteousness, and mercy will never change, so our minds must be renewed daily in order to test and approve his good, pleasing, and perfect will. God has given him a burden to build up the body of Christ to serve as a testimony for the purpose of spreading the Gospel to build up worship that aligns with God’s heart and glorifies Him. Let all brothers and sisters learn to be united with Christ, "being like-minded, having the same love, being one in spirit and of one mind" (Philippians 2:2). Brother Timothy is currently working as a software engineering quality control manager. He and his wife Nancy have one son, Jeremy, who recently graduated and is working in Florida. Jeremy accepted Jesus as his Savior and Lord and was baptized in CBCGB in 2010.
Loren Shih was born in New York and grew up in Ohio, where he was baptized in 1989. He started attending CBCGB when he moved to Boston in 1991 for university at MIT. At CBCGB he has participated in many ministries including playing piano in EM worship team ministry, serving as Chair of the Board of Deacons, teaching membership and baptism classes, serving on core group for young adult ministries, leading small group for college and young adult ministries for many years, serving on English Ministry Leaders (EML), and volunteering for various social concerns events. Loren was also a member of the EM Pastoral Search Committee and the Deacon Nomination Committee. Loren met his wife Beata at CBCGB small group and they have been married since 2006. Beata has also served as a Deacon and is a worship team member. They recently had their first child Elena in 2015. Outside of church, Loren is a software manager and is active in volleyball and as a taekwondo and cardio kickboxing instructor.