2016 “Good Shepherd Campaign” Ongoing in Jiangsu, China
By Grace Zhi, February 26, 2016 02:02 AM
Just after the 2016 Spring Festival, Jiangsu CCC&TSPM is carrying out the yearly "Good Shepherd Campaign". The campaign which plans to send hundreds of pastors to preach sermons in local churches of Jiangsu Province was initiated in 2014, aiming at cultivating preachers and raising money to strengthening the theological construction of Jiangsu.
It is said that more than 200 pastors are sent to about 200 local churches to give sermons in the whole province. Pastors from Nanjing, Taizhou and Jiangsu Theological Seminary went to churches and their campuses in Changzhou, Zhangjiagang, Suzhou and Taizhou, etc.
Similar to this, organized by Jiangsu Christian Charity Fund, the project "Growing Camp of Good Shepherds" which plans to help rural preachers from local churches serve churches better, was officially landed in Jiangsu in 2014. After starting, the project gets concerns and support from churches at home and abroad.
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