Churches from President Hometown and House Church in China Pray for Beijing Olympics
CAA Launched Prayer Campaign for 2008 Olympics
Contact: Bob Fu, 432-689-6985, 267-205-5210, China Aid Association, Inc., www.monitorChina.org
MIDLAND, Texas, August 7 /Christian Newswire/ -- One year before China will host the Olympics in Beijing, China Aid (CAA) President, Rev. Bob Fu issued a proposal to Chinese Christians and supporters worldwide to pray for the success of the event.
Meanwhile, the Chinese House Church Alliance and Churches from the hometown of the US President George W. Bush and First Lady Laura Bush in Texas held special intercessory prayer meetings in Beijing and Midland, Texas.
"Knowing there will be the unavoidable persecution by potential Chinese officials, the Chinese House Church believers felt led to render intercessory prayers for more Global Love and Peace, via launching continual mass media prayer networks for the Olympics event, as a cornerstone of reinforcing a united and true patriotic spirit," said Bob Fu, "CAA has been working hand in hand with both the Chinese and American churches to enhance more synergy in the intra- and inter-societal build-up protocols in China. We pray and believe in Faith that a successful and more harmonious Olympics in China can help stretch China toward far-sightedness responsibility and accountability, while rendering more worldwide humanitarian compassion in a freer and more freedom-embracing country."
Click here to view a short video showing one of the Chinese House Church Alliance prayer meetings for the Olympics 2008,
Click here to view a short video showing church leaders from President Bush's Hometown praying for the Olympics 2008 in Beijing.