Ordinary male seminarians in rural churches have many difficulties after their theological studies, so I hope that more believers can see this and think of better ways to improve their living state of them in the church, and the church can inspire young people to devote themselves, rather than hindering their devotion.
Zhang Qiang, a Christian with cerebral infarction, drew an oil painting on an unknown day.
In a mountain village in Southwest China, through the power of God and unremitting efforts, a young man, leading a group of people who are unwilling to succumb to fate, has helped many drug addicts. They are practicing the inscription on the anonymous tablet in the cemetery of Westminster Abbey: Had I only changed myself first, I may have even changed the world.
Dr. Fahmy (British missionary) taught Jiang language, literacy, and culture, as well as business knowledge, and the Bible. After 12 years of study and work, Jiang gained much medical knowledge and skills and became the chairman of the former Zhangzhou Municipal Hospital of Fujian Province.
I believe that the confusion and struggle of a post-millennial preacher is a representative of young pastors. Perhaps, his observation and thought are not completely comprehensive, but for the long-term development of the church, his views are at least worthy of some reflection to church leaders.