Korean Conference of Religions for Peace Visits China
By Wang Dongyun, December 21, 2016 03:12 AM
On Nov 30, 2016, a six-person delegation of the Korean Conference of Religions for Peace (KCRP) visited CCC & TSPM.
Elder Fu Xianwei, Chairman of TSPM and Associate President of China Committee on Religion and Peace (CCRP), who welcomed their visit, claimed that any religion should make its own contributions to people, society and the world by tolerance, understanding, and love. He hoped for more beneficial communication and cooperation between the church in China and South Korea in the future.
Rev. Gao Feng, President of CCC and Associate President of CCRP, introduced the Chinese church that has been toward unity and hoped that the church in South Korea could pray more for the Chinese Church.
Rev. Kwang Jun Kim, Secretary General of KCRP, introduced the composition of the conference and its activities and asked some questions.
Translated by: Karen Luo
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