Zhengzhou CCC/TSPM opened Theological Class for Local Churches

By Deng Jiaxin, October 14, 2015 12:10 PM

Opening Ceremony

On Oct. 12, Zhengzhou CCCTSPM opened Theological class in Zhongmu Church. Committee of Zhengzhou CCC&TSPM, a hundred teachers and students of the theological class attended the opening ceremony.  

According to the Zhengzhou CCC&TSPM Wechat platform, Rev. Yan Shugang,   president of Zhengzhou CCC and Rev. Li Shengmin, chairperson of TSPM exhorted respectively the students not to forget the calling, bear the mission in mind and abound more and more in knowledge and depth of insight.

It is reported that Zhengzhou Christian "CCC&TSPM" Theological class lasts two years and recruits about a hundred students every term. 105 students (2015) and 110 students ( 2012) finished their study.

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