Church in Baoji Carries Out Charity Campaign
By Josiah Li, December 22, 2016 00:12 AM
On Dec 15, Huoquan Christian Church in Baoji, Shaanxi continued the charity campaign called “Huoquan Church, boxed lunch of love." They distributed 137 lunchboxes to sanitation workers, families in financial difficulties, and migrant workers in the food market.
According to the WeChat account of the church, this campaign started on Dec 8, and every Thursday the church would prepare lunches for migrant workers, disadvantaged groups, and others.
The church also stated that the campaign for caring for vulnerable groups was the practice of the church's vision "Health, Charity, and Evangelism."
It had also carried out ministries such as free tutoring for left-behind children and children of migrant workers, food supply for destitute people and prison ministry.
Translated by: Grace Hubl
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