Alan Lwo has been doing ministry in Central Asia for decades, working with pastors and lay leaders. Much of his ministry has been done commuting to churches in the region and working with pastors in their context. But circumstances in the region, especially in terms of governmental regulations, have made is more feasible for pastors to travel to Taiwan and receive training.
The goal of this project is to provide a mission center that can act as a hub for training young leaders in Taiwan and mainland China in theology, church growth, Christian education, and Church of God history. Accommodations will be available in this center to house up to 20 people at one time. The Mission Center will also house a local church, whose rent will pay for upkeep and maintenance. This center will allow for more training to happen and involve a broader pool of leaders.
In conjunction with Christian leadership training, the facility will be used for vocational training for the pastors that will allow them to go back to their community with skills that will let them minister bivocationally. Pastor Lwo has a relationship with a coffee grower and roaster who will help train the pastors as baristas so they can open their own coffee shop.