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For God so loved the Hakka people

09 Sep, 2014 :: Keelung, Taiwan


During Logos Hope’s time in Keelung, Taiwan the events team worked with a local Christian organisation, Keelung Hakka Fellowship, whose aim is to unite the Hakka people. The Hakkas have been displaced from their homes in China hundreds of years ago and are spread throughout the world; about 60,000 are living in Keelung. The organisation seeks to show Hakkas they can find their home in Jesus; we are all one family in God.  Pastor Lin, the director of the organisation, said “we just want to share the Gospel through the ship.” This he did during one onboard event where over a hundred Hakka’s attended. Logos Hope also ran an event for Hakka Christians where crewmembers spent time equipping, enabling and encouraging them to share their faith. It was a perfect example of how a ship’s visit to a port can be used to encourage work God is already doing.

 


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