Chinese Christian Introduces Goodnews by Traditional Chinese Calligraphy
By Mark, August 12, 2015 10:08 AM
Mark, a Chinese Christian, male, now lives in Zhejiang, China.
Brother Mark showed great love of calligraphy since his childhood. He has awarded golden medal or the first prize in more than 20 national calligraphy contest exhibition. After his evangelization, Brother Mark hopes to be an instrument in God's hand. With the brush in his hands, he likes to introduce the Goodnews to the public, in this traditional way.
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