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Online Recording Facilitates Corporate Worship Morning Devotion and Worship Service Never Cease

Last week, our church made a prompt response to the current epidemic, closing all church venues to the public for the sake of general well-being. Despite this, we video-recorded seven different services of the weekend as well as the morning devotion from Tuesday to Friday and then broadcast through the social media. This way, brothers and sisters may stay at home, worshipping and praying with family in unity while receiving message from God.

Concluding Sunday messages, Ps Joshua earnestly urged us to be a good neighbor to others. Facing the epidemic, may we give timely help to those in need. Then he stated that our church shall collect offering for the medical needs of the mainland. Members can mark on the offering if they want to contribute to that.

After the live broadcast to 611 worldwide family in early February, now worship service is being recorded and then broadcast on the same day. The media team is of one heart, bringing forth beautiful ministry. Through internet, many parents are able to go online with their children and participate in children service. In this way, relationship between two generations is being cultivated to be more intimate.•[2020.02.23]

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