Steve Cate and Gordon Hogan were on campus Thursday, September 19, to visit with Beng Chuan Tan, the inaugural recipient of the Hogan-Cate Asian Missions Endowment. Brother Cate gave a brief introduction in chapel, then the three men hosted a brown bag lunch to share their experience with HST students.
Tan, Cate, Hogan
Hogan-Cate Asian Missions Endowment
The Hogan-Cate Asian Missions Endowment honors the efforts of longtime missionaries Steve and Jeannie Cate in Indonesia, and Gordon and Jane Hogan in Singapore by providing a sabbatical for a church leader or missionary in Asia. The recipient spends a semester at HST taking classes and participating in the Harding University Lectureship and other events.
Beng Chuan Tan
Beng Chuan Tan is spending this semester at HST taking courses, visiting with local ministers and churches, and traveling to meet with church leaders in other parts of the country. Beng Chuan has served as an elder for seven years and is preparing for a staff ministry role at the Pasir Panjang Church of Christ in Singapore. The Pasir Panjang church is known for involvement in missions, with many members participating in short-term projects in various parts of Asia.