Books & Audio

Coffee With Uncle Reggie - (Book 1):

Millions of people have not actually met a follower of Jesus, nor understood this faith, the faith of one third of the world’s population. But hundreds of thousands of such people are visiting America for studies, where they might meet people like “Uncle Reggie.” He has been encouraging and helping such people for decades in the academic world. From his love for foreign students and scholars, and his extensive personal experience teaching them, he has written this book of personal stories and testimonies especially for them. Take this opportunity to acquire dozens of this bilingual (English and Chinese) book, “coffee with uncle Reggie,” to give as valuable and instructive gifts to many teachable foreign students and scholars. Through meeting Jesus in personal stories, they can be challenged to seek for ultimate meaning in their own lives.

Language: English

所读 Read By: Nathan Chester

Language: Mandarin

武汉疫情期间,一位作护士的妈妈Rebecca不得不与8岁的儿子隔离。她每天朗读“与曾叔叔闲聊”一书中的故事,录下来发给孩子听。这是她所录的。

Read by a Wuhan nurse, Rebecca, to her 8 year old separated by COVID-19.

Language: Cantonese

所读 Read By: Susanne Luk

Science Chats With Uncle Reggie - (Book 2):

Do you have friends from overseas or Asia that are studying here, or visiting for a few months in America? This Chinese-English book gives an vivid and reasonable perspective on science and faith, from the personal viewpoint and life experiences of a highly respected and well-traveled physician-scientist with vast experience in Asian culture and its intersection with the West.

Language: Mandarin

武汉疫情期间,一位作护士的妈妈Rebecca不得不与8岁的儿子隔离。她每天朗读“与曾叔叔闲聊”一书中的故事,录下来发给孩子听。这是她所录的。

Read by a Wuhan nurse, Rebecca, to her 8 year old separated by COVID-19.

Raising the Next Generation to Serve

Raising the Next Generation to Serve - (Book 3)

How did a small Midwest church become a very active, outreach-conscious ethnic church of complex multicultural believers from Taiwan, Hong Kong, SE Asia, China and USA? What was it like to begin and organize numerous new ministries: the embryonic church, evangelism outreach, vacation bible school, youth ministry, missions, and multilingual ministry? What was it like to experience the great joy to watch as the church grew steadily from 20-30 members, eventually becoming a 500-member church of several congregations? In this book, Uncle Reggie particularly weaves in lively stories and principles, in his trademark “coffee with Uncle Reggie” style. In an easy “chatty” way, often with humor mixed in, he suggests how we might integrate key biblical principles into church ministries. His focus is particularly on the practical work of raising a new generation to serve, with the assumption that preaching and teaching topics are much better covered by available scholarly writings. Especially to mobilize “youth for all nations”, a strong biblical concept. Church workers and deacons who care about the next generation should find this book helpful and inspiring. Uncle Reggie (Reginald Tsang, MD) was founding elder, and served for 46 years in numerous leadership capacities, at the Cincinnati Chinese Church. That extensive experience has given him a practical perspective about growing an ethnic church, and the special challenges of leadership in a complex multicultural setting. His particular burden has always been the raising of the next generation committed to serving the Lord, the major reason for this book. Professor Tsang has been a practicing Neonatologist, eminent clinician-scientist, and co-founder of Medical Services International with Dr James Taylor, serving SW China tribal minorities since 1994.

Language: Cantonese

所读 Read By: Susanne Luk

For Youth and Those Young at Heart

For Youth and Those Young at Heart - (Book 4)

This book consists of real life stories that appeal to young people and those young at heart. Written in both English and Chinese, the stories span multi-cultural terrain to stimulate the imagination of the reader, crossing countries, languages, times and stages of life.

Language: Cantonese

所读 Read By: Susanne Luk