We are now offering
Master of Arts
Degree Category III.
CHRISTIAN WAY MISSION INC (CWM)
If you are interested in receiving more information, or wish to help CWM through your prayers and financial support, let us know by e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org or contacing the CWM office:
204 Griffin Street | Greenville, SC 29607 | 864.233.2133 | Fax 864.233.5220
Speakers for Your Church
China, Asia, and the Pacific Rim is the great mission field of our generation. If your church would like to know more about the great opportunities for mission work in this part of the world . . . to be encouraged and blessed by what God is doing among the Chinese and Asian peoples . . . and to be challenged about and gain a burden for the needy souls of its teeming billions . . . then CWM would love to provide a speaker for an upcoming service or missions conference. You are welcome to contact:
President of Christian Way Missions Inc
Dr Christian Wei came to Christ in 1978 while serving in the Taiwanese military. He founded Christian Way Missions Inc in 1987 while earning his masters and doctoral degrees in theology from Bob Jones University. Today he is president of CWM and president/administrator of Eucon International University and School of Saipan, where he pastors the Chinese Bible Church. Dr Wei not only has traveled throughout China and Asia, but on Saipan ministers to an international community comprised of Chinese, Filipinos, Koreans, Japanese, Taiwanese, and many others. He is generally available to speak in American churches during the Christmas and summer vacation months. email@example.com
Director of Chinese for Christ International
Dr Eddie Wang received Christ as a teenager in China in 1952, leaving China and entering the United States in 1984. Now as director of Chinese for Christ International he is an expert on the Christian church in China, travels internationally to minister among Chinese-speaking peoples in many nations, and coordinates distribution of gospel literature in the Chinese language. Dr Wang resides in Greenville, South Carolina, and welcome opportunities to speak about the needs of Chinese and world missions. | firstname.lastname@example.org
US Representative and Recruitment Director
Mr. Edward Earwood became a Christian as a young boy. He attended a Christian high school, and earned a B. A. in Bible and Secondary Education/Social Studies from Bob Jones University. He has served as teacher, athletic director, and principal/administrator of two Christian schools. Presently he serves as executive director of South Carolina Association of Christian Schools and president of North American Christian School Accrediting Agency, directing accreditation services in both the United States and foreign countries. He has written several journal articles and co-authored A Scent of Water: Bringing Hope Back to the Christian School Movement. A frequent convention and professional development speaker, Mr. Earwood has completed a M.S. in Educational Administration from Pensacola Christian College, his Ed. S. in Educational Leadership from Bob Jones University, and is presently completing his doctoral degree at Columbia International University. He is passionate about Christian education and missions, desiring to share the vision for both to other believers. He and his wife, Debbie, serve the Lord at Grace Baptist Church in West Columbia, SC. He can be reached at email@example.com
Founder and President
Dr Christian Wei was saved September 10, 1978, after a colleague in the Taiwan military encouraged him to attend a missionary church. Called to the ministry in 1980, Dr Wei enrolled in Orient Fundamental Bible College of Taiwan and graduated in 1986. That same year Christian and Judy Wei left Taiwan to study in the United States at Bob Jones University, where Dr Wei received an M.A. (1987) and Ph.D. (1992) in Theology. In 1997 Dr Wei earned a doctorate in education from La Salle University.
In 1987 while studying at BJU in Greenville, South Carolina, the Weis helped to establish a local Chinese Bible Church. When several charter members finished their own seminary studies and went to the mission field, the church provided monthly support. As the church mission program expanded Dr Wei saw a need to form a special organization dedicated to sending missionaries to Chinese peoples throughout the world. Thus Chinese for Christ International (CFCI) was established in 1992.
Two years later, in 1994, Dr Wei founded Christian Way Missions Inc (CWM) as a board for sending missionaries not only to China but to other restricted-access nations. CFCI became the first branch of CWM and has since been joined by India for Christ International (1996) and Myanmar for Christ International (1999). Dr Wei remains president of CWM.
Chinese for Christ International (CFCI)
CWM was founded to be an umbrella organization to accommodate future growth in branch ministries. The first branch, Chinese for Christ International (CFCI), is led today by director Dr Eddie Wang. CFCI prints and distributes Chinese-language gospel literature; operates Eucon International Kindergarten in Harbin, China; and supports Christian tentmakers who are teaching and ministering among the Chinese people. Dr Wang travels extensively throughout the United States to alert American Christians to the needs of China.
Christian Way Missions International (CWMI) of Saipan
In 1998, Christian Way Missions International of Saipan was formed as the parent organization for EUCONInternational University (EIU). The organization also operates the Christian Bible Church on Saipan as an English-language congregation for CWMI workers and local believers.
Chinese Bible Church International (CBCI) of Saipan
Also in 1998, CBCI was established in Saipan to reach the island through local church ministries including EUCON International School (EIS) for grades K thru 12. In turn, EIS provides a cross-cultural environment for the training of Christian teachers who are being called to minister among Chinese-speaking peoples. CBCI enjoys a fruitful work especially among the 20,000 contract workers and their families who come from mainland China to earn U.S. currency. Many Chinese-speaking Taiwanese also reside on the island of Saipan.
India for Christ International (IFCI) and Myanmar for Christ International (MFCI)
The two newest branches of Christian Way Missions Inc are IFCI and MFCI, founded in 1996 and 1999, respectively. Myanmar was formerly known as Burma and opened to mission work by Adoniram Judson, America's first foreign missionary. MFCI outreaches are directed by Dr Timothy Sui Lian Mang and include the Biblical School of Theology, the Grace Orphanage children's home, and the Caring ministry to the handicapped. The work in India is continues to be under development and will position Christian Way Missions Inc to be active in the world's two most populous nations, China and India.
US and International Offices
Today Dr Wei resides in Saipan while serving as administrator of Eucon International School, president of EUCON International University, pastor of Chinese Bible Church International, and president of Christian Way Missions Inc.
The CWM headquarters remains in Greenville, South Carolina, under the direction of Dr Wang who also serves as director of Chinese for Christian International and chairmain of the EUCON International University board of directors.