Yanjing Theological Seminary Holds First Bible Reciting Match
By Zhou Fengyun (from Yanjing Theological Seminary), September 05, 2018 15:09 PM
From July 29 to August 26, 2018, Yanjing Theological Seminary held its first Bible reciting match to help Christians become familiar with the holy book.
The oldest player is 72 years old and some couples also joined in the game. The participants were divided into three groups for the four-week long competition: aged, middle-aged, and young.
On August 26, the grand award ceremony was held in the second Sunday service.
- Translated by Karen Luo
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