International Lutheran Laymen's League Visits China
By Karen Luo, May 25, 2018 04:05 AM
Mrs. Gunya Na Thlang, the Asian director of the International Lutheran Laymen's League (Int'l LLL), and Rev. Jingcai Zhu, the League's Chinese ministry adviser, paid a visit to the CCC&TSPM on May 10, 2018, according to the CCC&TSPM.
Founded in 1917, the league has been in cooperation with the CCC&TSPM for 29 years, who once offered help to the establishments of the Amity Printing Company and the studio of the CCC&TSPM. In October 2014, the two sides held a symposium to observe the 25th anniversary of their cooperation in Shanghai.
From May 13 to 16, the delegation visited the churches in Inner Mongolia, local companies, and scenic spots.
The League, or Lutheran Hour Ministries (LHM), is headquartered in the United States with 34 ministry centers on six continents, according to its official website. It proclaims the Gospel to more than 70 million people worldwide each week.
- Translated by Karen Luo
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