Guizhou Bible School Holds Theme Activities for Students

By Luo Ya (from CCC&TSPM), February 06, 2018 09:02 AM

Rev. Jin Xinyuan, vice provost of Henan Theological Seminary, gave a lecture on Christian marriage principles in Guizhou Bible School.(CCC&TSPM )

From January 6 to 10, 2018, the Guizhou CCC&TSPM held a series of activities to extend the view of the students of Guizhou Bible School. More than 130 faculty and students attended. 

The participants visited Guizhou Provincial Museum on the first day, gaining a knowledge of different ethnic minorities' cultures and customs in Guizhou. Lectures regarding church responsibility and administration, Christian marriage principles, and expositional preaching as the first step of the sinicization of Christianity were given.  

- Translated by Karen Luo

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