The Hogan-Cate Asian Missions Endowment honors the missionary efforts of Steve and Jeannie Cate in Indonesia, and Gordon and Jane Hogan in Singapore. The endowment was established in celebration of the 60th wedding anniversary of Tine and Carlo Tabalujan by the Tabalujan family.
The sabbatical recipient is an outstanding male or female missionary, church worker or ministry leader based in an acappella church of Christ in Asia (this covers East and North Asia, South East Asia, South Asia, Australia, New Zealand and the South Pacific).
The sabbatical is for a period of between three to five months commencing each August. The sabbatical recipient is to be based largely at HST in Memphis with time also to be spent at the main campus of Harding University in Searcy, Arkansas. Funds could cover airfare, housing on campus, food, transportation, tuition for audit or credit courses, Christian counseling and visiting churches and ministries in Memphis and Searcy.
The sabbatical recipient is also expected to participate in the Harding University Bible Lectureship (conducted in the Fall each year) and other special events at Harding University and HST for spiritual renewal and to promote missions in Asia.
Applications should be submitted to email@example.com by December 1.
2013 Tan Beng Chuan, Singapore
2014 Ong Kok Bin, Malaysia
2015 David Allen, Thailand
2016 Hideki Ataka, Japan
2017 Ong Chong Fatt, Maylasia
2018 Adrian Teo, Singapore
2019 Eddie Lee, South Korea