Teachers and students of Calvin Seminary lead children English summer camp in Beijing Church
By Beijing Gangwashi Church, August 11, 2015 14:08 PM
Leading by teachers and students from Calvin seminary, which is in the US, Beijing GangWashi Christian church held a five-day children English summer camp activities since from July 27.
This activity was for kids aged 8 to 14. There were 50 children taking part in the camp. All the 14 foreign teachers were teachers and students from the Calvin seminary in the US.
This activity included music praise, bible study, outdoor activities and handmade activities. The teacher and the children discussed bible knowledge, learned music, and exchanged culture knowledge together. During the activity, volunteers were responsible for providing the children with rich and delicious snacks. Every morning, worship and bible study gave children a chance to know God and found a deeper relationship with God. Outdoor game was the happiest for kids. During the manual time, children made all kinds of lovely manual work by themselves. These children left with their own work contentedly every day.
At the end of the summer camp, the teachers presented gifts for every child, and the children also prepared small gifts with Chinese characteristics for the teacher as a souvenir.
This activity aimed to help the children to improve the ability of English listening and speaking, to practice the ability to communicate with people, enhance children's self-confidence. At the same time, it also made them grow up in their belief.
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