Monthly Archives: May 2022

After 20 years of faithful service in FEBC Hong Kong, Rev Raymond Lo will retire from the position of Chief Executive with effect from June 1, 2022. The search for a successor is proceeding and Rev Ho King-yin will serve as Acting Chief Executive while we wait upon the Lord. Rev Ho has been a Board member of FEBC Hong Kong for many years. We are confident that he and the staff team, with the guidance from our Lord, will […]

Retirement of Chief Executive

The Meaning of Life “Living in a remote mountainous region and being uncivilized, I was reached by the grace of God at work and studied the Bible at a family church. Then I took an odd job at a children care center, growing crops and raising livestock for seven and a half years without pursuing any spiritual interests. Wasting time and letting God down, I have glimpsed the same single and poor me in coming decades. I have been living […]

China News & Prayer (2022.05.22-31)

Emotional Blackmail “For the last 13 years, I have to climb six floors to get home every day. Last year, my husband and I finally bought a small flat with lift access. I was conscience-stricken though when seeing my 70-year-old father lives on the third floor of a building without elevators. Should I swap the flat with his as I’m much younger than him? I hesitate because I don’t want to climb the stairs either. The flat where my father […]

China News & Prayer (2022.05.15-21)

At Stake  “The church is at stake. During the epidemic, our church was closed for a period which our pastors were asked to return to work every day. It is said that the church-in-charge had arranged some unfinished tasks such as checking and refining the information of church members in order to cope with the inspection from the government, making access cards for members, and many other things. The church-in-charge also prohibited our pastors to read scriptures, pray, meditate, or […]

China News & Prayer (2022.05.08-14)

Amazing Experience “This is an amazing experience preaching to a non-believer. I feel sorry every time meeting with non-believers after becoming a Christian. I wonder where their souls may go. I even think that I may be the only Christian they will meet throughout their lives, and they will lose the chance to be saved if I don’t preach to them. I’m new and I don’t know how to preach to others. Thankfully I listened to a radio broadcast sermon, […]

China News & Prayer (2022.05.01-07)