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Students Find Faith at Christ’s College, Taiwan

“I wanted to be baptized a long time ago. But I was afraid that I could not reach the standard of God. I was afraid that I would sin after I was baptized.” A Chinese student at Christ’s College, a four-year Christian college in Taiwan served by MTW missionaries, shared in chapel that though he enjoyed church as a child, he left God for several years as a teenager. When he came to Christ’s College, God gave him a new beginning and a faith that gradually grew stronger through the discipling he received. Now in his junior year, the student decided to be baptized.

Testimonies like this are not unusual at Christ’s College. Since its founding in 1959, the school has sought to build a strong Christian faith in the lives of students and provide a good academic foundation. The desire is to win non-Christian students to Christ, then to disciple them and send them out to be Christ’s ambassadors to their families, churches, and communities.

Thank you for your prayers and support of MTW. You’re helping the gospel continue to be proclaimed in places like Taiwan and elsewhere around the world where people are hungry for truth.  

in Taipei CC Taiwan on Aug 18, 2016

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