The second Christian Art Expo Held in The Northeastern Theological Seminary

By Mubo Li, August 25, 2015 10:08 AM

The Second Christian Art Expo

The Second Christian Art Expo

The second Christian Art Expo held in the stadium of The Northeastern Theological Seminary, on 18-20th Aug.

Exhibits in the Expo mainly are of 4 parts: the Christian enterprise expo, business principle sharing, the love feast and the "Fisherman" courses series sharing.

The exhibits were distributed in two layers of the stadium. The first layer's exhibits mainly are Christian books, arts and crafts, and other domestic products for church. For the second floor, the exhibits mainly are local Christian enterprise products, including daily necessities, food, decoration, flowers, training institutions, beauty care.

 

 

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