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Fathers love

Knowing The Father’s Love Conference

Nov 13 evening, Nov 14 afternoon
St Andrews Church TST

This November we continue on the Journey to the Father’s Heart with Steve Chua and his father; Philemon Choi and his sons. Entry by ticket only, available through your home group, or contact Gary here.

Catherine Fabiano

PRO TEENS Conference

10th Oct 2015, 9.30am-5pm
Shing Mun Springs Hang Fook Camp

Catherine Fabiano will be returning and this year's one day conference will focus on teenagers. Admission is free but a ticket is necessary. Click here for more information.

This conference is primarily for those working with teens or parents of teens; however teens are welcome to the morning session. The afternoon session should be much more practical with some role plays in the hope of people leaving better equipped. Admission as usual is free but a ticket is necessary. Tickets may be obtained through your house group leader. For anyone interested in donating towards the expenses of the conference, the estimated cost per person is $300. This includes lunch and transport to and from Shatin MTR station or Shatin Hospital.

For more information, please email Elijah at elijahckl@gmail.com

Nepal Earthquake Response

The earthquake that hit near the Nepalese capital Kathmandu on 25 April this year, and again on 12 May, sent shockwaves that were keenly felt even here in Hong Kong- in the Nepalese community, and especially our Nepalese friends and residents.

We have had many enquiries and we managed to find all of the people that we know who are there and the relatives of the many Nepalese who have lived with us in Hong Kong. They are all safe. We heard many stories about those who felt they should go out to worship and pray. While they were out, their houses were devastated.

We have also met a brother of a long time friend in Nepal, Noel, and have sent immediate aid so those that are on the ground can start buying supplies. Of course, the difficulty is that the lack of roads, the mountains and the long distances make access hard in so many places. We will be sending teams as we did to the Philippines, but in this case our house-building will probably not be suitable so please pray for this. One of our former helpers lives in Nepal and details some of their first hand experiences post-earthquake here.

People here gave very generously to the Nepal earthquake relief during Steve Chua’s conference on finding the Father’s heart, which was indeed wonderful.