Dear Brothers and Sisters,

Grace and joy to you in Jesus Christ at beginning of the New Year! As announced at the 2016 annual meeting the CEA 2017 annual meeting will be held at Newark, Delaware on September 30, Saturday, 2017 in the entrepreneur forum format. I would like to take this opportunity to give you an update on the annual meeting planning progress.

“Collaboration(合作), Breakthrough( 突破),Expansion(擴展)” is the theme of the annual meeting. Topics cover the “Vocational Ministry(職場宣道)”, Christian entrepreneur experience sharing, new start-ups presentation and panel discussion. Keynote speaker and panelists have been confirmed. There are still few slots open for new start-ups presentation. Please contact us at if you are interested.

We will have exhibit table at the meeting site. Please bring your company brochure or booklet and leave on the table for people to take. This will provide you a good opportunity to introduce your company.

The program is designed for the following purposes:
1. Provide the stage for Christian entrepreneurs who like to share their experience
2. Provide the opportunity to brothers and sisters who like to improve their career growth and learn the vocational ministry (職場宣道)
3. Provide a forum to Christian start-ups who like to share their BP and exchange ideas
4. Provide networking opportunity to Christian professionals and entrepreneurs

The meeting is seven months away. We will keep you posted on the progress of the program and registration starting date. This will be an excellent opportunity to know each other and learn how to be the salt and light at the workplace and marketplace. Please mark the meeting date (9/30/2017, Saturday) on your calendar. Looking forward to meeting with you at the CEA annual meeting.

God Bless

Frank Lee
Chair, CEA

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