Our Strategy

1. Win Them

By reaching out to the unreached people group in Southeast Asia and regions beyond with a holistic Gospel via education, medical missions as well as micro-enterprise projects etc., as a bridge to enter into the midst of the people in order to win them with the truth.

2. Nurture Them

In the remote mountainous areas, most people are illiterate. Hence, CNEC is embarking on the ministry of giving out scholarships for children, to provide them with an opportunity to receive an education. At the same time, we started Sunday School as well as other evangelistic programs, to lead these children to know Christ and to become His disciples. In addition, we have started orphanages to nurture, care and educate the orphans whose parents are drug users and even died as war mercenaries of the drug lords. This will allow us to more easily equip this next generation.

3. Equip Them

In order that the church will be firmly rooted in the word of God, and to enable the local believers to share the gospel more effectively with their own people, we have started training centers, Bible schools as well as discipleship training centers to equip the workers.

4. Send Them

After the local believers have been equipped, they will be sent to the mission fields. If we did not intentionally send workers to evangelize to people in the remotest outlying areas, the people in these areas may forever be shut out of the doors to the Gospel. The mountainous regions need to hear the Gospel as well as receive proper shepherding from pastors. As one village chief had said, 'if you are willing to send pastors to shepherd us and live in our midst, our whole village will discard all our idols and come to believe in Jesus Christ'. Hence, our church is actively training and sending indigenous believers to go back to their own people to share the gospel, according to the needs of the mountainous areas.

5. Empower Them

Our goal is to establish an independent, self-sustaining, self-governing and self-propagating indigenous church. Therefore, we need to empower the indigenous church and its leaders to be able to stand on their own feet and not rely on external help for too long. We hope to achieve this through various micro-enterprise and self-sustaining projects.