About Our Partner
The Presbyterian Church of Taiwan
John McCall was first appointed to serve as a Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) mission co-worker in 1996. After two years of language training, he served the Presbyterian Church of Taiwan in a variety of ministries including working among aboriginal people in southeast Taiwan, teaching at the Taiwan Theological Seminary in Taipei, and working with young pastors at the Center for Spiritual Formation. John has published three books on spiritual formation in Mandarin. Currently John works throughout the country teaching Spiritual Theology, Ministry, and Leadership at the three Presbyterian seminaries in Taiwan. He also leads Spiritual Formation/Leadership Development groups of Taiwanese pastors helping them to dream God’s dream for their churches, communities, and lives. Most weekends, John is traveling to aboriginal churches in the high mountains or along the sea coast and he also leads renewal services, retreats, and conferences for all the Presbyterian churches in Taiwan.
Since 1996 John McCall has been shaping the next generation of Christian leaders for the Presbyterian Church of Taiwan. His ministry of evangelism, spiritual formation, and pastoral care continues once leaders are trained and begin serving in churches. Since 2012 he has expanded his impact to the Church in Mainland China where he leads annual retreats and classes on spiritual formation.
The Outreach Foundation is seeking gifts totaling $10,000 for support funds.