Cecilia Yau

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About

Rev. Cecilia Yau has served at Chinese Christian Mission (CCM) for over 40 years. She was the Associate General Secretary in charge of the literature and human resource departments. She was the chief editor of a few Chinese & English periodicals and has written a dozen books. She is now the Ministry Ambassador of CCM focusing on preaching and writing. Rev. Yau was also the interim pastor and the advisor of Rohnert Park Chinese Christian Church in California. She is the co-founder and the first president of Fullness in Christ Fellowship (FiCF) which also promotes gender equality. At present she is the Chair of FiCF Board of Directors.  

CBE Endorsement: It puzzles me why we still have to work so hard for biblical gender equality, especially in contemporary America. When missionaries came to China they brought the Gospel and its liberating power. Today, in Hong Kong, Taiwan and China, men and women serve the Lord side by side without any discrimination. Yet the churches in the West are going backwards. They are ‘binding the feet of women’ and put unnecessary hurdles on their way to serve the Lord. Thank God for the vision of  CBE and the perseverance of their team to faithfully remove the hurdles with careful biblical scholarship and messages of hope and love.

CBE offers Christians a tremendous opportunity to learn to live together more faithfully as God's people. From its inception, CBE has worked effectively and tirelessly to articulate God's passion in restoring the fullness of the biblical witness regarding gender relations within the body of Christ.

Cecilia Yau serves on CBE's Board of Reference

Resources by Cecilia Yau

Article | Mutuality | Blog + Magazine | Reflections on Justice and Hope
Video | Free to Love and Free to Serve
Audio | Free to Love and Free to Serve
Article | Mutuality | Blog + Magazine | Three Portraits of Women Ministering Around the World
Article | Priscilla Papers | Academic Journal | Women and the Church in China: With the gospel, missionaries brought new status to Chinese women