Kirk Taylor - Secretary/Treasurer

Why I Support the Ark Project

In His sovereignty, God allowed Paul Liu and me to serve together as associate pastors from August of 2000 to December of 2001. At the time I was serving as the New Work Team leader for Collin Baptist Association. I asked Paul if he had ever thought about starting a Chinese work here in the states and he answered that he had no desire to. A few months later I asked him if he ever thought about going back to China as a missionary and he said, “No.”

I believe it was in March or April of 2001 that Paul came into my office and told me that he felt God was calling him to go back to China and “train pastors and leaders” to serve in the churches over there. That was the beginning of what would become known as “The Ark Project.” He left on his first mission trip in January 2002. It was exciting thing and it is still exciting to me!

Over the years, God has allowed Paul to do things we never even thought or believed he could do (Eph.3:20). To God alone be the glory! I praise God for all who have come to faith in Jesus as a result of Paul’s preaching. I praise God for all of the Bibles and study Bibles that have been handed out to new believers and church leaders. I praise God for all the pastors that have been trained for the ministry by Paul all of these years.

I am just as excited to receive word from Paul about what God is doing through him in China today as I was that first year that he served over there. I strongly recommend this ministry to anyone who wants to fulfill Paul’s command to believers in Romans 10:13-15a

“For everyone who calls on the name of the Lord shall be saved. But how can they call on Him in whom they have not believed? And how can they believe without hearing about Him? And how can they hear without a preacher? And how can they preach unless they are sent?” (HCSB)

I support the Ark Project because I have been a part of this ministry since day one and I know that Paul has answered the call of God for his life and he is about the work of sharing the Gospel and equipping the saints for the work of the ministry in China.


Kirk is currently a bi-vocational pastor. He and his wife, Georgia, live in Allen, Texas. They have two children and three grandchildren


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