Over 100 Christians Beneift from Legal Voluntary Consultation Held by Suzhou Apostle Church
By Grace Zhi, October 29, 2015 22:10 PM
In the recent years, an activity named "Law into Churches" has been being carried out by the Suzhou Apostle Church. This activity plays an important role in improving the legal consciousness of Christians.
Except for the activities held by the government, churches can bring together professional Christians to carry out law counseling. On Oct. 25, the Suzhou Apostle Church held the Legal Voluntary Consultation outdoors and recruited six lawyers who are also members of the church to provide free law consultation.
This consultation relates to civil and administrative law on the topics of: marriage, inheritance, sales contracts, renting, company programs, labor contracts, and house acquisition. Based onyears of litigation experience, the lawyers Zhou Qin, Yu hai, Wang Haiyuan, Xiong Jian, Li Chunjie, and Gu Donglin were able to help 100 Christians by answering law questions that were asked of them.
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