Without growth in quality of faculty, the students can forget about their education.
At OTS, faculty development takes top priority. The present faculty brings in creativity and enthusiasm both in and out of the classroom simply because they feel OTS to be a place where they can comfortably educate future ministerial workers while developing their own research and talents.
The value of the present faculty comes from its diversity where highly qualified individuals from different backgrounds come together to develop and fulfill the vision and mission before them.
OTS seeks to exemplify to the students how an evangelical faculty of quite different views can get along with one another while working as a team without political infighting and petty strife.
OTS believes that the best education is for the students to learn Christian unity, leadership and spirituality through the examples of their instructors.
The youthful energy of the faculty is evenly balanced by its circumspective maturity. With such a young and upcoming group of leaders, OTS has a bright future indeed, as it takes ministry to the cutting edge for the new millennium.
Rev. John Tsang
The Rev. John Tsang founded OTS in Hong Kong in 1966. From the founding of the seminary, ministerial vision, denominational independence and faith are still the cornerstone.
From 1946, the Rev. John Tsang entered into theological eductaion. Read More
Rev. Chu-Ji Chang
Vice President and Academic Dean
Rev. Chang came from Taiwan to study in California in 1985. He received a Ph.D. Degree in Mechanical Engineering from U.C. Berkeley in 1989. After working in IBM for 13 years, he was called by the Lord to enter into a full-time ministry. He took theological training in the Overseas Theological Seminary Read More
Dr. Ya-Chin Lan started learning piano since a child and spent most of her childhood and youth in learning and teaching as well as serving in church. Nowadays, her childhood and youth in learning and teaching as well as serving in church.
Rev. Samuel Toung
Rev. Samuel Toung graduated from Pennsylvania State University in 1992 with Ph.D. in Molecular and Cell Biology. Thereafter, he worked as a research associate at Department of Biology at Stanford University from 1992 to early Spring of 1997.
Graduated from Overseas Theological Seminary, Hong Kong. Serving in different ministries in Taiwan and Hong Kong. Retired as a pastoral staff in Oversea Chinese Mission in New York City for 18 years. Now serving at Central Chinese Christian Church and teaching at Overseas Theological Seminary.
Shirley Toung graduated from Pennsylvania State University in 1992 with Master in Economics. In 1996, Shirley studied at Overseas Theological Seminary under the instruction of late Rev. John Tsang and received Master in Divinity in 1999.
Immigrated to the United States from Hong Kong in 1965. Graduated from the University of Cincinnati with a major in Sociology. Received the Th.M. degree from Dallas Theological Seminary in 1973 and served as Supervisor of Technical Services in the Seminary's library.
Dr.Patrick Hunt; Dr.Lois Chan; Rev.Calvin Chu;
Rev.Joshua Law; Rev.Albert Lam
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