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jnX Music Ministries Provide Training for Mainland Christians

The famous U.S.-based music ministries jnX has finished its Asia tour with the last stop in Mainland China.
( [email protected] ) May 24, 2006 07:28 PM EDT

The famous U.S.-based music ministries jnX has finished its Asia tour with the last stop in Mainland China.

The focus of the trip is to provide musical training for Christians in Hubei province, as well as some churches and theological seminary in Beijing. The course has lasted for nine days, covering topics such as how to establish praise team for the church, how to lead worships, singing skills, playing instruments and basic music theology.

Although the trip has been a great challenge to physical body, the thirsty souls in China have become the strength of jnX ministers and have stirred up their passion, the director and founder of jnX Anthony Chan shared.

"When I look at our brothers and sisters in Mainland China, the seminary students have improved a lot in terms of their skills in music ministries. I am very comforted by them…However, I have also emphasized to them that technique is just part of music ministries, but not everything," Chan continued.

"As we finish singing the songs on the stage, that’s when praise truly starts. Because true worship to God is not from our mouth, but from the testimony in our lives," he concluded.

[Editor’s note: Jonathan Quan in New York has contributed to this article.]