Pastor in Charge
Pastor Lee Teck Hong
Ps Teck Hong joined BBTC fulltime as the first Cell Pastor in 2008. He was appointed Lead Pastor Mandarin Worship in 2014. With a passion for Men’s Ministry, Ps Teck Hong started the Men in BBTC (MiB) ministry in 2009 where MiB’s 1st monthly meeting was held in August. He continues to serve the men as pastoral adviser, and Exco member of Elijah 7000. He has also established chapters in Shanghai and Mongolia for MiB. Ps Teck Hong is happily married to Saw Hoon, and together they have 3 children Desiree, Darius and Darren.
Purpose of MIB
To empower and support every brother in his journey to be the best that he can be sincerely and authentically.
Distinctives of MiB
a) A Safe Place (3H=1SP)
b) Band of Brothers (Ecc 4:10-13)
a) A Safe Place
In our MiB gatherings, we create a safe & positive environment (SP) to allow ourselves to be authentic and transparent with one another by observing what we call the golden rules of 3H’s.
Hats off – Whichever station in life we are in, whatever titles we hold in church & within society, whatever hats we wear, we take them off when we come together as brothers-in-Christ.
Hearts open – We bare our hearts to one another, with a posture of transparency and with no pretense.
Hands extended – We lift up our hands in prayer as we call upon God. We extend hands of warmth to greet as we welcome one another in fellowship. We stretch out our hands to pat, to encourage and affirm one another.
b) Band of Brothers
“If either of them falls down, one can help the other up. But pity anyone who falls and has no one to help them up. Also, if two lie down together, they will keep warm. But how can one keep warm alone? Though one may be overpowered, two can defend themselves. A cord of three strands is not quickly broken.” – Ec 4:10-13
One of the core value in BBTC is that there is no lone ranger Christian. We need the support of a band of brothers for the various seasons of our lives to share in our joy, our grief, our concerns and ultimately our lives.
For more information, please contact Pastor Teck Hong at 66450700.