Wuhan Dedicates New Church Building
By Karen Luo, July 08, 2019 14:07 PM
On June 29, 2019, Wuhan Gospel Church of Hubei province held its dedication ceremony.
According to the official website of China Christian Council & Three-Self Patriotic Movement, the ceremony was presided over by Rev. Zhu Zhiguo, chairman of the Hubei Three-Self Patriotic Movement. Citing Nehemiah 2:17-18, a pastor shared the message of "vision" in the sermon entitled, "Let Us Start Rebuilding".
Rev. Guo Yongjie, president of the Wuhan Christian Council, encouraged the congregation to be law abiding citizens and devout believers.
In addition, a couple gave the testimony that their dissentious marriage changed into a harmonious and loving one due to God's guidance. Seeing the financial difficulties facing the church during the construction, they had decided to donate the fund they had lent the church. Their testimony moved many participants.The ceremony concluded with worship songs and dances.
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