Monthly Archives: January 2018


I am a second-generation Christian in my family, and have not completed junior-secondary education. Although a silent introvert, I am sincere and loyal to God. My first Bible was printed in traditional Chinese. I read with much difficulty but was willing to start from nothing by looking up the characters in the dictionary to learn the Word of God. Afterwards, God prepared some spiritual books sent from Hong Kong to enhance my spiritual life. Unable to take part in the […]

Nothing is impossible


A Span of 60 Years: Since its establishment in 1958, FEBC Hong Kong has gone through a span of 60 years. Our heartfelt thanks to you for being our companion with your support and offering. For 60 years we have seen God’s miracles and are most grateful, while at the same time we are sad to find the harvest plentiful, but the workers few. Let us not depart from our first concern, but make good use of opportunities that come […]

Prayer Request (2018.01)


Neglecting the Family “Having spent most of the time in church, I left little for my own family. My husband who shoulders all our financial and household issues has, by time, gathered loads of grievances and complaints against me. In 2017, I was asked to join all the church’s missionary trips. Having been away so often, my husband and I are not as intimate as we used to; we don’t share that freely and frequently with each other as we […]

China News & Prayer (2018.01.23-31)



Fragile Personality “I am 21. Fragile inside and have poor relationship with others. In fact, I have no friends and, since very young age I have been abused and discriminated. My parents didn’t understand me so I suppressed my feeling and kept these grievances to myself. My personality is alike to my grandmother who extremely cares about the interpersonal relationship with others and their views on her. Now, my life is but loads of bitterness, resentment and inferiority. Lest being […]

China News & Prayer (2018.01.16-22)


Love the Lord More Deeply “Rev Stephen Tong Tjong Eng said, ‘A person’s understanding of the degree of pain in the Christ’s death is the possibility of the degree of he can love the Lord.’ I am willing to love the Lord more deeply, but my love is never deep enough. My understanding of the degree of pain in the Christ’s death is truly inadequate. Sometimes I wonder if I should encounter sufferings in order to understand more. But I […]

China News & Prayer (2019.01.10-16)


What Should I Do “I have been listening to God’s words for so many years, but I cannot put into practice. My faith very weak and I am lazy. I cannot keep praying. I also have no power of practicing God’s words. I want to spread the gospel but I am frightened. Being introverted, I seldom interact with other people in my church and leave immediately after services. When I encounter Christian brothers and sisters, I do not take the […]

China News & Prayer (2018.01.09-15)



Tongue-tied “Having graduated for almost two years, I am sitting for the examination for certificated teacher qualification again; as I failed it marginally at the last few attempts. The exam is approaching now, please pray for me. I am rather inarticulate and shy; so when comes to the biblical teaching, ‘Do not be yoked together with unbelievers’, may our Lord grant me a quiet heart, fearing not of my growing age but to experience the joy and peace of the […]

China News & Prayer (2018.01.01-08)