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John Ting

JOHN TING has been an honorary pastor at Adam Road Presbyterian Church (ARPC) since 2001. He came to evangelical faith in 1960 through the ministry of OCF Sydney.

After a period of high school teaching in Sydney, John went in 1968 as a first batch student to Discipleship Training Centre (DTC) where he met and married his classmate Frances from Hong Kong. After further studies John returned in 1973 with his family to join the DTC faculty. He taught at DTC until 1991 serving the last five years as Assistant Dean.

For thirty years John was also heavily involved in the drug and prison ministry in Singapore.

From 1992-2000 John served in Sydney in his home church, Sydney Chinese Presbyterian Church, as the co-senior minister before returning to DTC as Dean.

John retired as Dean in June 2009.

John and Frances have three grown up children.

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Jonathan Cortes

Joshua Quek Mong Hua

Elder Joshua's early Christian influence came whilst studying at Anglo Chinese School. He joined BFEC in 1985 at age 32 after a born again conversion experience. Baptised in 1986, Joshua married in 1987 to Ng Bee Poh. He has three children: Dorea, Deborah, and David. Joshua is a lawyer by profession, and a Senior Partner of Lee & Lee, one of Singapore's leading law firms.

He has been a member of a BFEC Cell Group since 1988, and has started and led various groups since 1989. Joshua has been a Council member since 1990, served as Church Secretary and Deacon and later Chairman of DAB. He was the Chairman of Adults Training Class (ATC) in 1993 - 1994, and was appointed Elder in 1998. Joshua assumed appointment as Chairman of Elders Board and Council from Jan 2004 to end Dec 2009.

When not sparring in court or counselling members pastorally, Joshua unwinds silently in recreational cycling and enjoys going on short tours with family and friends.

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Kenneth Wong (BAMK)

Introduction of our guest speaker:

Bro Kenneth Wong, wife Doris, and two adult children, Esther and Martin, worship at Bethesda Hall (Ang Mo Kio).

He accepted Christ at 20 while a university student in UK. After completing his scholarship bond as an SAF officer, he continued to work in higher education in various lecturing and senior management appointments.

Since 2005, he has been devoting his full time to pursue his calling of bible teaching and preaching.


His ministry motto is: “all things to all men by all means to save some” based on 1 Corinthians 9:22.

Kenneth Wong is actively engaged in an effective ministry of bible teaching and preaching. A regular speaker in many churches, conferences and camps, his ministry has wide appeal to both young and old. His messages are insightful and refreshing, and his speaking style marked by clarity and spontaneity.

Converted at the age of 20 as a university student in the United Kingdom, he returned to fulfill his national service as an officer. After completing his scholarship bond, he continued to work in higher education in various lecturing and senior management appointments. Since 2005, he has been devoting his full time to pursue his calling in the ministry of God’s word by faith.

Kenneth is the author of Sojourner’s Scrapbook, an inspiring series of thought-provoking devotional readings, published in 2010 and now in its second printing. Home church is Bethesda Hall (Ang Mo Kio) where he has been in fellowship since 1986.

Kenneth is married to Doris with two children Esther and Martin who are now young adults.

(extracted from on 22 Dec 2015)


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