Jilin Trains 276 Church Staff
By CCD contributor: Cao Yajie, July 22, 2019 17:07 PM
From July 15 to 16, 2019, Dunhua Christian Council & Three - Self Patriotic Movement (CC&TSPM) of Yanbian Korean Autonomous Prefecture, Jilin, held a training program for 276 church leaders and deacons.
Since 2017, Dunhua CC&TSPM has been providing unified training programs for local deacons and issuing certificates for qualified deacons. The organizations provide a training program every yearly quarter and conduct an inspection every year.
This time the training theme was "obedience". Rev. Wang Daiyu, chairman of Dunhua TSPM, exhorted the deacons to be God's workers who should amend their faith with truth and strive to be faithful stewards.
Apart from training, the participants joined each other in a group game to practice teamwork.
(The author is a worker of Dunhua CC&TSPM, Jilin.)
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