Jubilee Beijing Weekly Christian Artist Fellowship Continues

Jubilee Beijing Weekly Christian Artist Fellowship Continues

Mar 20, 2017

 

Jubilee Beijing weekly Christian artist fellowship gathering continued in the afternoon of March 18. All are very joyful during the fellowship, revealing the great hope and blessing to the ministry. 

Pastor Silas presided the fellowship and started it with praising together, the he led the Bible study on Luke 16:19-31. After the message, they shared together,  Sister Liuting is a Jazz dance Christian artist and also a second generation of Christian. She reflected, "It is meaningless if you cannot put the word into action no matter how long you believe in Jesus. " she also shared her life-changing experience. In the beginning, her life is not related with faith even though she was a Christian, after knowing her husband, her life changed a lot and received a lot of help from her husband. 

May God continually lead more professionals to Jubilee China and guide them to experience God's faithful guidance. 

 

 

 

 

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