Board of Directors
From Left to right: Andrew, Elisha, Hong Seng, Seng Tiong, Richard, Wah Lok.
- Bishop Andrew Phang
Andrew Phang, consecrated as an Anglican bishop in 2008, is overseeing the mission works in Penang , Kedah, Perlis, Kelantan, Terengganu and Pahang. He continues to serve as the Board Chairman of St. Nicholas' Home for the Visually Impaired People. He is currently the Chairman of Council of Churches of Malaysia, Penang Branch
- Rev. Elisha Satvinder
Elisha Satvinder is the Senior Pastor of New Covenant Community Church, Sentul, which he and his wife, Petrina pioneered in 1995. They were graduates of Portland Bible College and were ordained as pastors by City Bible Church. His primary calling is evangelism and he moves powerfully in the prophetic gifting.
- Rev. Dr. Eu Hong Seng (Chairman)
Eu Hong Seng is the Senior Pastor of Full Gospel Tabernacle. He also serves as the Chairman of National Evangelical Christian Fellowship of Malaysia (NECF) and Chairman of the Christian Federation of Malaysia (CFM). He is also a Board Member of Tung Ling Bible School, Singapore.
- Pastor Phua Seng Tiong
Phua Seng Tiong was the Senior Pastor of the Sungei Way- Subang Methodist Church. Under his leadership, SSMC has become a dynamic church with a heart for missions.
- Pastor Emeritus Richard Toh
Richard Toh joined Community Baptist Church (CBC) on his return from studies in the United Kingdom in 1973. He first served as deacon, and then as Elder of the church. He later served as Senior Pastor of CBC which now has 8 preaching centres. CBC is a cell church, and is involved in various missions, both local and overseas. In 2010, Pastor Richard stepped down as Senior Pastor and is now Pastor Emeritus of CBC. He is also the Chairman of the Malaysia Baptist Convention.
- Rev. Ng Wah Lok
Wah Lok is a pioneer member of Full Gospel Tabernacle (FGT) and pastors FGT Sri Damansara. He also formerly served as Principal of Tung Ling Seminary for 20 years. Under his leadership, the seminary grew in its various programmes and has now expanded to Ipoh.