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CCTV installed on the streets of China

China Threatens Christians by Surveillance and Technologically Advanced System

David Curry, the CEO of the U.S. Open Doors, recently wrote a column on why China's service monitoring system is a threat to Christians around the world. When Curry visited China recently, he saw hundreds of cameras while taking a walk. He said he was not surprised to learn that China has about 415 million cameras. There is a possibility that 2 billion CCTVs will be installed on Chinese streets in the coming years.

(Photo : Courtesy of New Life Vision Church)

The Wisdom of Becoming Good Friends with Books

I like books. Even now, when I go to the bookstore to buy a book, my heart beats. I get excited when I go back home with a new book. The reason for this is because I look forward to the meeting with the new book. Reading a new book is like having a new encounter. Life is an encounter. New encounters provide new knowledge, information and experiences. It opens up a new world.

The 15th Churchwide Assembly of the American Evangelical Lutheran Church

Evangelical Lutheran Church in America Re-elects First Female Bishop

The Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA) has re-elected the Reverend Elizabeth A. Eaton as presiding bishop. At a vote taken on August 6th at the ELCA Churchwide Assembly, Rev. Elizabeth Eaton was elected 725 out of 897 votes cast. The Assembly will last up to August 10th. "We're church, church first," Eaton said. "Our lives have their basis and meaning in the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ.” The Assembly holds elections every six years to elect a presiding bishop. In 2013, the Assembly elected Pastor Eaton as the first female presiding bishop.

Yong-Wha Kim

From Sunday service to a congressional briefing, the many events will continue to inform the American public

The North Korean Freedom Week, which has been held annually for the liberation and free unification of North Korean compatriots, began its official schedule on Sunday with a Sunday worship service at the New Hope Bible Church. In particular, the chairman of the North Korean Refugee Human Rights Association, Kim Yong-hwa vividly conveyed the fierce process of defection through his testimony, and asked for prayers for the immediate return of Koreans who are still suffering from North Korea.

Joshua Choon-Min Kang is the senior pastor

Pastor Kang's Love Letter

If You Love, You Will Learn Well! Love is the principle of learning. If you love, you will learn well. If you ask me why I read and write a lot of books, I would say that it is because of love. Love is to share.

Joshua Choon-Min Kang is the senior pastor

The Wisdom of a Person Who Learns Well

The Wisdom of a Person Who Learns Well We all have an instinct in us to grow. Observe young children. Children feel the greatest joy when they grow up. When a child is born and takes his first steps, he experiences incredible joy. When you start to read and write, you will experience an unspeakable pleasure. Growth produces joy. That is why we choose to learn for growth even if it is difficult. Growth is not produced spontaneously. Growth is produced through deliberate choices.

Joshua Choon-Min Kang is the senior pasto

Wisdom in Creating Change Beyond Reaction

Karl Menninger said, "Attitudes(interpretation) are much more important.One day I thought to myself, "If I can't avoid the problem, I should welcome it and grow from it." Especially while I was studying miracles in the Bible, I realized that all miracles came from problems.

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