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Hong Kong Youths Challenged to Live for God Alone

( [email protected] ) Sep 01, 2008 02:09 PM EDT
Hong Kong - A three-day revival conference ended with over 150 youths following the Lord's calling to dedicate their lives to God.
On Aug. 29th, Rev. Jaeson Ma from Los Angeles delivered a message in the afternoon workshops held on the second day of the One Thing Conference. (Gospel Herald)

Hong Kong - A three-day revival conference ended with over 150 youths following the Lord's calling to dedicate their lives to God.

Cooperating with Shaukiwan Baptist Church, Elim Bookstore, U-Fire, YMCA, Encountering Lord on University Campus, and various other ministries, the International House of Prayers successfully concluded the One Thing Conference on Aug. 30.

Over 1,500 young adults from the area and overseas participated each night to worship the Lord, wishing to bring revival to Hong Kong’s rising generation.

The planning committee is currently preparing for follow-up activities for the recent converts such as prayers and spiritual guidance and equipping.

[Editor's note: reporter Eunice Or from Hong Kong contributed to this reported.]