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Gospel Operation Intl' Builds World Mission Seminary to Serve 200,000 Chinese in Korea

The Bible training college named "World Mission Seminary" is set to be formally inaugurated on 5th September. A two-day retreat will be held following the inauguration.
( [email protected] ) Aug 28, 2005 03:22 PM EDT

With the vision to serve 200,000 Chinese Christians in Korea, the Gospel Operation International for Chinese Christians (GOINTL) based in San Francisco, California, has launched a project with the Presbyterian Church of Korea to build a Bible training college which will be opened in September.

The Bible training college named "World Mission Seminary" is set to be formally inaugurated on 5th September. A two-day retreat will be held following the inauguration.

This is the first time the two organizations cooperate in evangelism ministry. GOINTL described the project as a new milestone for its world mission. The Presbyterian Church of Korea has even renovated two floors in its own seminary for the "World Mission Seminary". On the other hand, GOINTL sends missionaries to the seminary to help building the foundation.

GOINTL expressed gratitude to the love of the Presbyterian Church of Korea showed to the Chinese Christians. Currently, GOINTL is calling Chinese Christians and churches worldwide for the donation of all kinds of spiritual literatures written in Chinese language so that the Chinese students can use them as reference in their studies.

All dictionaries, Bible references, theology textbooks, Quiet Time guidebooks, Church History textbooks and any other kinds of references are welcomed.

GOINTL is celebrating its 10th anniversary this year. It exists to educate, mobilize the Chinese churches in missions, to recruit and send Chinese missionaries to different parts of the world where the gospel has not been reached. It has offices located in Canada, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Singapore, Australia, Malaysia and Philippines.