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Spotlight: Know-it-all on a mission


KUALA LUMPUR, MALAYSIA — The first time he met Sue Ann Mak in 2000 “she seemed like a 16-year-old know-it-all,” said missionary Robert Reagan.

November 1, 2005

KUALALUMPUR, MALAYSIA

Thefirst time he met Sue Ann Mak in 2000 “she seemed like a 16-year-oldknow-it-all,” said missionary Robert Reagan. Nonetheless, Reagan allowed Mak, aChinese Malaysian who speaks with an Australian accent, to join the internshipprogram he oversees in Chiang Mai, Thailand.

Duringthe three-week program in 2003 Mak organized an on-campus prayer time with fiveother young women. A year later she returned for a one-month internship.

InAugust 2004 Mak returned to her home country and helped launch a campusministry at Tunku Abdul Rahman College in Kuala Lumpur.

Herpassion for the work encouraged church member Admen Ng to get involved. He nowserves as campus minister for the school.

“Morethan a dozen non-Christians are now a regular part of this ministry,” Reagansaid.

Filed under: International Staff Reports

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