I came to Canada in 2014 to visit my daughter’s family. That was when I joined the RHCCC Mandarin Ministry. Five years later, in 2019, I became the chair of Isaiah Seniors’ Fellowship. While still in China, I had received three years of theological education and had the opportunity to serve in many Chinese churches.
A big cultural gap exists between China and Canada. Church ministries in these two countries operate in quite different ways. To me, RHCCC covers a broad range of needs and emphasizes a close relationship among members. Yet we’re guided by the same truth, and we receive grace from the same loving God. I know that wherever I serve, I’ll always strive to be a loyal servant.