ForeverMissed
Our incredible Dad, Andrew Moses, peacefully passed away on May 10, 2021 after a courageous 3-month battle with glioblastoma, an aggressive brain cancer. We are heartbroken, but are comforted that he’s with God where there is no pain and suffering. A man of integrity, kindness and intellect, our Dad prioritized helping people throughout his life and career as a banker, professor and pastor. He had a profound impact not just on our immediate family, but on so many people around the world.

There will be a small burial service on Friday, May 14th. We are planning an online memorial service in the coming months. Details to be provided. 

Please share your memories, stories, pictures, and/or videos on this site to celebrate our dad's life. 

Regards, 
Sarah and Rebekah 


In lieu of flowers, the family has requested a donation to China Little Flower. Click here to make a donation in Memory of Andrew Moses. 

Posted by Timothy Wong on May 14, 2021
God used your sharing at ICA to restore my faint to HIM…small thing pop up on my mind and want to say thank you to you, pastor

May shalom and comfort from God upon your family

Leslie and Timothy
Posted by Kimlean Cheah on May 14, 2021
Dearest Pastor Andrew i first met you at ICA when you became the Pastor.helping, Market Place Ministry. At our first meeting you asked me to pray. I remember ending the prayer with All glory to Jesus and you were so warm n supportive and went on to say, Yes indeed what a good prayer, all glory must go to Jesus. Everything we do, give glory to Jesus. I never forgot the first encounter. you are warm, caring, encouraging and so prayerful always. your eyes shone when you spoke about Jesus. You know He loves you so much and now you have gained because you have gone to the arms of Jesus n the mansion prepared for you. No more pain and suffering. Shalom Pastor Andrew Moses!
Posted by Frederick Chan on May 14, 2021
Dear Beulah and family,

I am so sad to hear of Andrew passing as he was such a good, humble and faithful servant of Our Lord Jesus. He set a good example with his devotion to serve the Lord (always with his big smile). My wife and I were so blessed in the United Marriage Encounter weekend led by Andrew and Beulah and the Men's Fellowship of Hong Kong was also blessed by Andrew's sharings with us.

His example will always resonant in my life.

May God surround you with His peace and comfort,

Frederick in Hong Kong
Posted by Cecilia Wat on May 14, 2021
Andre was a good friend and a mentor of ours.
We had learned so much from him.
May he Rest In Peace and continue his journey in Our Lord’s kingdom.
  
Love from
Peter and Cecilia
Posted by Maria Chan on May 13, 2021
Dearest ps. Andrew,
Though u r not on earth now, yet I know that we shall meet again in the Lord's banquet, n u will read this.
Had asked u many questions, like shud I chew the bread at Holy Communion? Why shud we submit to the authority? Can I do belly dance?..... U were so patient n so equipped to answer me with good reasons n references. U were my Bible n u were my dictionary, u n Beulah were the lever between church n the life for me at my worst time. Without u two, I wud not be walking well in the walk. U opened up my head, my eyes n my heart to see, to feel n to learn God's words, from u, I learnt to listen to the Holy Spirit n not to follow my own heart. That's how I also tried to convey to Ricky.
We promise you, that we will always walk in the narrow path, n not get lost. We also promise u that, we shall always take care of Beulah, your love, n your family on earth.
I miss u so much, but knowing u r forever pain-free n can see your sunny smile, my heart is at peace too.
Until we meet again, love u forever.
Maria & Ricky
Posted by Abhishek Bhujel on May 13, 2021
Uncle Andrew will always have a special place in my heart. He was someone that always tried to see the best in people. Never failing to understand that we all have the lord’s love inside of us. His patience and tenacity to preach the word of god and to nurture misguided youth, as I was back then, to the right path is truly a testament to the great man he will forever be.

I am saddened by his passing but comforted in knowing his legacy will live through everyone who’s life he has touched, and that now he is in the presence of the Lord. For all the times I have tried to rebel against his love and care, I now understand that everything he did was to better myself as a person. Where my brother and I have reached today is nothing but a declaration of what the actions of people that have the Lord’s love and blessings are capable of.

You will be missed Uncle Andrew. 
Posted by Ashish Grey on May 13, 2021
I do not know how to address Ps.Andrew—a friend, father, brother, pastor, well wisher, prayer partner, mentor, teacher, guide---these roles came on him naturally as he committed his life to God’s purpose and cause.

He was the one who started the Indian fellowship in Hong Kong and introduced the love of God to the Sindhi community in Hong Kong. This fellowship later transformed into a church and is still continuing. The foundation of our church was laid by Ps.Andrew and Sis.Beulah, and this body of Christ will always be thankful to them.

Personally, I have never been so open and close to anyone else. He knew things about me and my family which I never shared with anyone else. We had our times of fun and laughter and of arguments and disagreements, but the bond never broke. It was he who saw my calling for God’s purposes and mentored me and taught me to be able to take on his role in the Indian Church in Hong Kong as he went on to accomplish a bigger role for God.

Today, he may not be with us, but he will be forever alive in our hearts. We know that he has been welcomed by Jesus with words “Well done my son, I am well pleased with you”, that one day we will meet again. And then there will be no separation.

BUT, we miss you dear pastor and we love you.
Posted by Raju Darsi on May 13, 2021
Indeed Andrew is a dear friend and brother in the Lord. His teaching, his integrity and his inspiration will accompany me. May his soul rejoice in the Lord always! 
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Posted by Dee Osemeno on May 31, 2021
Please accept my deepest condolences. My heart goes out to Andrew's family. Losing a dear loved one comes with indescribable pain. I pray that Jehovah- 'The God of all comfort' (2corinthians 1:3-4) comforts her family during this hard times
Posted by William Stevens on May 23, 2021
I had the privilege of working with Andrew on a project for the education of undergraduates at George Fox. He was so thoughtful and welcoming of ideas to solve a problem, rather than to push an agenda. I will miss him.
Bill Stevens
Posted by Vivian Nadar on May 22, 2021
Uncle Andrew and aunty Beulah were few of the first families who welcomed us into their home when we came to Hong Kong 17 years ago. We were just a newly married couple navigating our way through life and expecting a baby soon.
 
When we were in Hong Kong, Andrew and Beulah were part of the United Marriage Encounter ministry. They shared their story of what it means to build strong marriages. This process was quite helpful during those initial years of our marriage, especially in communicating and building trust. Me (Vivian) was pregnant at that time, and at the end of these three days events, on the last day on our way home, our son Royce was born. Appreciate all your encouragement and support during those early days, with home, hospital visits, food, and coming alongside our family in every small and little way.

It was also a great joy and pleasure to be part of the Shubh Samachar fellowship during those early years. It was great to serve alongside Andrew and Beulah by sharing God’s Word, leading worship, leading Sunday school, etc. Those years were a real blessing of working with Indian people living in Hong Kong. The most memorable one was the evangelistic event hosted by Shubh Samachar by bringing Johnny Lever from India. It was indeed one of the highlights of Andrew’s leadership. His zeal, passion, and charm were a driving force to serve the Lord enthusiastically.

Apart from the formal ministry at Church and Shubh Samachar, Andrew invested lots of time equipping people to serve the Lord. They did this through mentoring, discipling, pastoral service, etc. 

Words are not enough to express the pain we go through at a time when a loved one leaves us. Indeed Pastor Andrew was a wonderful person who always invested in the lives of people. We will always cherish the times we spent here in HK with Uncle Andrew, who has been a mentor to our family. We have much to learn from uncle and how His life made an impact to serve the Lord with fervor.

Dear aunty Beulah, Sarah, Rebecca, and your families, we stand with you in this difficult time. Sending prayers and hugs. May the Holy Spirit comfort us in this most difficult hour.
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Shared by Prakash Punjabi on May 14, 2021
In 2014 when I was admitted to a far away hospital Uncle And and Auntie Beulah made sure I had visitors everyday. Which made my faith grow stronger and I asked uncle and auntie if I could be baptized? I remember uncle smiling and saying why not ? Now you would think baptizing a bed ridden person is impossible but Uncle here passed this mission impossible without Tom cruise. 

The wind beneath my wings

Shared by Maria Chan on May 13, 2021
It's heartbreaking.... .... No words can express the grief n sorrow.... Ps. Andrew was my pastor, my spiritual father, my mentor n my confidante.... It's already heartbroken to see ps Andrew leaving hk... n now I am totally lost to learn this sad news. My deepest condolences to Beulah n the family. My thoughts n prayers r with the family. I am sure ps Andrew is now in the arms of our God, resting in peace. Sooo sorry that I can say no more. Tears r allover my face n may Lord comfort Beulah n the family. Missing ps Andrew n Beulah soooooooo very much. Love them. God bless the family.

https://youtu.be/hCFzwWC6HdY

Must share with everyone our tribute to ps Andrew n ps Beulah when they were leaving hk on 2017.
Now part of my wind is gone.... .... But I am looking forward to our rendezvous in the Lord's table, my dearest ps. Andrew. 
It was so sad when ps Andrew n ps Beulah left hk, they were n they r my Godsent angels to lead n guide us back to Father, I am truly blessed for having these 2 wonderful anointed devout  shepherds since 2007, father God is almighty n knows my naughtiness, HE had posted the best two to groom me n lead me n my husband. 
Ps. Andrew baptized me at river Jordan on Oct 15, 2010. Ps. Andrew ordained our marriage on Oct 27, 2012. Ps Andrew baptized my husband Ricky on Dec 30, 2012. Ps. Andrew blessed my 2 homes, on Oct 2012 n after reno from fire on July 2014.
Ps. Andrew was my hero, my father in Christ, my loving bro n my kindest teacher, I had never never imagined that our dinner in hk on July 14, 2018 before they returned to USA wud be the last time I saw him. I am so torn ... He was kind, generous, so understanding n forgiving, he really led us good during the premarital counseling. I n my husband wud never forget how he n ps Beulah modeled to us the unconditional agape love in the Christianity. They r the perfect example of the LOVE. Both ps Andrew n Beulah were truly our family angels, we love them so much. I praise the Lord for blessing me these two beautiful n awesome souls. 
Never wud I forget the great time of the Israrli trips on 2010 n 2015. It's our dream to travel again together.... . I was so blessed to have been in Holyland 3 times, n 2 times with ps Andrew n ps Beulah. I praise the Lord for the blessings..... How I wish I had videotaped all the preaching of ps Andrew throughout these years..... How I miss his sermons n his humor, at church, at home groups n at our casual fellowship.... . I must say that we r privileged to have known n been pastored by ps. Andrew n Beulah. 
I am running out of words yet with overwhelming emotion, tears swelling n thoughts surging.... I could only pray to God that HE wud comfort Beulah n the family, though the grief n sorrow of losing ps Andrew r understandingly beyond words.
Love ps. Andrew n Beulah forever. 
PS. I was watching this again n again, not for us, but to hear, to listen, to see n to watch ps Andrew again....