China certainly has a Great Wall—more than 1,500 miles long. There are, however, other walls no less imposing: Buddhism, Daoism, Islam, Communism, Atheism and, last but not least, Materialism. Chinese people also have a door. Only very few of them have gone through it to follow Jesus. Most have not yet had an opportunity to meet Him. Still, Christ stands at the door and knocks. He wants all people to know Him, including the 1.3 billion Chinese who are eternally lost without Him.
How will we respond? What can we do? Penetrating China’s unreached people begins with the prayer and commitment of Christians who are burdened with reaching the lost. With the Holidays behind us it is my pleasure to let you know that I will be giving a 1-hour presentation titled “A Door of Opportunities” to set the stage for “The Prayer that spans the World” theme of St. Mark’s Lutheran Church education hour and share some amazing facts and reflections about our mission work of breaking down walls in China.
When: Sunday, January 27, 2008
Time: 9:30 – 10:30 AM in the “Berean Cafe” (Limited seating, R.S.V.P. required)
Where: St. Mark’s Lutheran Church, 101 South 6th Avenue, Saint Charles, IL 60174
R.S.V.P.: Mrs. Maya Christensen, Phone: 630-584-7053, E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
It is my prayer that God will use this presentation to “shine His light” on the tremendous needs in China and encourage you to pray for the Holy Spirit to take the gospel each day to the Chinese people through His faithful servants in Asia.