Kunming Churches Aid Local Students

By Kunshan Christianity , September 08, 2017 10:09 AM

Rev. Wang Lifen gave funds to three students

Rev. Wang and three believers visited a family in Yuxiang Village

The team visited a girl's family.

The team communicated with four poor students in Qiandeng Community.

On August 29, 2017, a pastor and believers from Kunshan Qiandeng Church and Shipu Church in Jiangsu visited eight financially disadvantaged students.

Rev. Wang Lifen asked four poor students in Qiandeng Community about their families and study in detail, encouraging them to study hard and benefit society. Financial aid was given to each of them by the two churches.

The team then visited the homes of another four students in Yuxiang Village, giving money and care to them.  

- Translated by Karen Luo

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