Rev. Su-Beng Huang 黃俟命牧師, 1890-1950 


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By Stephen Chen 陳中潔 Posted to the Taiwanese Site! Monday, May 12, 2008 See also (in Chinese) 《教會史話》484 485 486 487

"Even though I go through the deepest darkness,
I will not be afraid, Lord, for you are with me..."


Even though he was not as famous as his son, Shoki Coe (黃彰輝牧師), Rev. Su-Beng Huang was a very special pastor. Huang’s father, Chi-Seng (黃誌誠牧師) and son, Sioki Coe had made a team of three-generation pastor, serving Taiwan and throughout the world in the entire 20th century.

A graduate from schools of Lam-a-khe (楠仔坑/楠梓) 1906, Tainan Chang-Jung Middle School (長榮中學) 1909, and Tainan Theological School (台南福音書院/台南神學院) 1913, Huang worked as a teacher at ChangHua elementary school and the local ChangHua church then a minister at Kiam-Chui church (鹽水教會) before accepting the teaching job at Chang-Jung Middle School.

In 1927 Huang was ordained at the East-Gate Church in Tainan (台南東門教會) as the church first pastor while still working at the Chang-Jung Middle School. Three years later, Rev. To-Eng Pan (潘道榮牧師) joined him as an associate pastor, the first church ever in Taiwan to have more than one full time pastor. Rev. Huang also served as the first moderator of the Presbytery of Tainan.

It was during those busy years that Huang experienced the shadow of the valley of the death. First, his brother Tiau-Siong (黃調祥) who studied medicine in Osaka, Japan died in 1923. Then his second son Eng-Hui (黃永輝) and his wife passed away in 1926. And then his father and his mother-in-law both died in 1927.

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