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CCM Shares Visions for Chinese Ministries across U.S. on 45th Anniversary

A leading worldwide Chinese Christian ministry is ready to share its visions and works with Chinese churches in many cities across the U.S., as it celebrates the 45th anniversary this year.
( [email protected] ) Feb 24, 2006 07:52 PM EST

A leading worldwide Chinese Christian ministry is ready to share its visions and works with Chinese churches in many cities across the U.S., as it celebrates the 45th anniversary this year.

Chinese Christian Mission (CCM) USA has published an open letter in February, announcing its 45th anniversary in 2006. As part of the celebration, CCM USA is now opened for invitation to all Chinese churches in the U.S. to host some gatherings, on which experts of different ministry fields from CCM will speak on a particular theme. The gatherings aim to share CCM’s latest ministries and visions.

The format of the gatherings could be evangelistic meetings, retreats, worship services, seminars and among others. To match with the outreach program in local churches, CCM may also bring along its short-term mission team to start door-to-door evangelism with the congregation, and to offer intensive evangelism training class to them.

Director of CCM USA Rev. Paul Chan will be one of the speakers available for invitation. He can offer seminars specialized in developing men’s and women’s small groups discipleship programs, conducting vision planning sessions for churches as well as training men and women in personal evangelism, in short-term missions and also in urban street ministry.

A very special topic offered is about science and religions, delivered by Dr. Daniel Wu. As a experienced Chinese American scientist, he is specialized in evolution, biochemistry, medicine and electric engineering. He is going to speak on the theme such as "Intelligent design and the mysteries of creation," "Human cloning and the end time," "The harmony between science and faith," "Reproductive Technology - Can we create life?" and others.

Rev. Wally Yew, who served at CCM in various capacities, including General Secretary, will offer lectures on family issues- one of the top topics among Chinese families in the U.S.

CCM is a non-denominational Chinese faith mission. It actively seeks the cooperation of evangelical churches and other agencies to reach the Chinese to reach the world. "Reaching the Chinese to Reach the World" is its strategy to spread the Gospel. CCM has developed an international network of missions in Taiwan, Hong Kong, Macao, Philippines, Singapore, Canada and Australia.