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LTC 2021: Hope (re)Imagined

Disciple Making Track

So many of our AACF's will say that they are not good at sharing their faith. This has become an even greater challenge during the pandemic. But God is still calling people to a relationship with Him. The Disciple Making track will teach and encourage you to engage others in intentional spiritual conversations with friends who need Jesus in their lives. You will learn a method for sharing the gospel, but you will also be given insights for better communication, how to understand a friend's personal needs and knowing how your own life displays the love of God.

Track Schedule

Session #1 July 13, Tuesday 8:00p - 9:30p
Session #2 July 15, Thursday 8:00p - 9:30p
Session #3 July 20, Tuesday 8:00p - 9:30p
Session #4 July 22, Thursday 8:00p - 9:30p

Track Presenters

Thomas Chen

is thrilled to be a part of this team of AACF campus ministers, whom he has always looked up to since his college years. Thomas was a part of AACF at UCLA from 1995-1999, where he had the privilege of being in Body Life, starting the Salt ‘N Light (SNL) drama ministry, and serving on Core. Leading in AACF helped equip him for a life of ministry beyond college. After graduating and getting his M.Div. from Talbot School of Theology, Thomas moved back home to the Bay Area and served as a pastor to youth from 2002-2009 and then at a church plant from 2009-2018. He and his wife Esther have two outgoing children – Corey and Corinne. In 2018, God guided his family to move in faith to Seattle. Through God’s amazing providence, Thomas now gets to serve in this life-giving ministry of empowering college students at the UW AACF. Thomas enjoys watching movies, eating, drinking DIY boba, emceeing, hosting, quizmastering bar trivia nights as a side gig, and engaging the world with Christ’s love. Thomas is loving campus ministry and still can’t believe how God has guided him back to AACF.

Victor Quon

is the AACF Director of Strategic Relations and the Campus Minister at San Jose State University and the University of the Pacific. He is a M.Div. graduate of Bethel West Theological Seminary and holds a Doctor of Ministry degree from Portland Seminary. Victor has been involved in student ministry for over 35 years and spent part of that time as a volunteer AACF staffer from 1984-92. He then re-joined AACF as a paid campus minister in 2007. He and his wife Jennie have been married for over 30 years and have three young adult children – Enoch, Naomi and Austin. Victor spends his free time studying coffee, chocolate donuts & Mountain Dew. He also enjoys watching Columbo and Monk and solving sudoku puzzles. Victor is a loyal fan of the San Diego Padres and San Diego State Aztecs. His favorite Scripture verse is 2 Timothy 1:7 – For the Spirit God gave us does not make us timid, but gives us power, love and self-discipline.

Michael Wong

was raised in a Christian home but first experienced the Lord and committed to a life of discipleship in his later years of high school. The Lord gave Michael a vision for disciple-making and evangelism, and he went on to receive more training during his undergraduate years at UCLA. He enjoys sharing the gospel on campus, leading Bible studies, and discipling and training students. Michael graduated from UCLA (Go Bruins!) with a Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering but never worked in the field as the Lord called him to minister on campus immediately after graduation. He is happily married to Elaine, who is an engineering professor at Biola University, and they have one son. Michael is currently a part-time student at Talbot Theological Seminary in the M.Div program. In his free time, he loves sports, board games, and movies. Go Niners!