Wednesday, April 06, 2011

Our Agenda in April & News for Prayer

  • 3.-5. China Lutheran Seminary Hsinchu: The Taiwan Expatriate Caring Committee (TECC) with its teacher team is invited to teach a Grassroot Ministry Bloc Course to some of the 170 students in the seminars lay-people training program. - Pray for the follow up time and that the students through the writing of papers discover where God has called them to invest more of their time for the Asian immigrants. - The LORD is calling out new workers for a new untapped area of ministry without much literature and knowledge about the specifics of south Asian cultures in third culture context. TECC would like to develop this for the chinese world and has decided in cooperation with a local mission working in the factories to send someone to the Conference Chinese Christian Churches for World Evangelism in Bali this September. We would like to equipp Pastor Max Chang with a new set of booklets about our ministry in Taiwan as he will be having an exhibition for the expected 4000 attendees of the conference.
  • 12. Taosheng Theological Seminary: A one day special course about the Origin of the Bible. One of us will participate on this course which is for credit.





  • 19.-23 This is our annual time of family conference. This time we will meet with our bretheren from another Country and meet in Thailand. Among other matters also the directors of the SEND Sending offices will meet for an Asian SEND Sending Summit. Alain this time as freshly appointed  "Interim Director and Recruiting Facilitator for the Taiwan Sending Council represents TSC's office and its management for the first time.
  • 28. SEND Taiwan Sending Council Spring Business Meeting. We expect to be able to form a new Council with at tleast three new members.
For daily Prayers: The students at Taosheng Theological Seminary: Vision for their ministry, stamina for good research and quality homework, spiritual leadership capabilities developed in their church ministries, calls to missionary work with SEND(?). For a fresh trusting spirit, great advancement of the gospel in Taiwan, new "Vision 119" workers and excellent relief work in Japan.

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