Shincheonji Church of Jesus shares on reasons for continual growth in long awaited discourse with its Chairman.
Chicago, Illinois Aug 16, 2023 (Issuewire.com) - Shincheonji Church of Jesus is set to host an impactful press conference featuring Chairman Lee Man Hee. The focus will be on the remarkable growth the church has achieved in 2023, stemming from Chairman Lee Man Hee's six enlightening seminars held across major cities in Korea.
Notably, 1,263 churches across 33 countries have voluntarily changed their signboards to Shincheonji Church of Jesus. Within its network of 8,765 MOUs established with churches in 80 countries globally, a striking 1,668 MOUs were formed following the six Great Assemblies of the Word seminars led by Chairman Lee Man Hee in major Korean cities.
This surge of collaboration with Shincheonji Church has astounded many within the global Christian community, considering the previous negative media attention related to the COVID-19 spread in Korea. Addressing this, the Shincheonji Chairman boldly attributes the ongoing growth to the divine presence within the church, stating, "The reason Shincheonji continues to grow is because God is with us in Shincheonji."
A recent attendee of Chairman Lee Man Hee's Great Assembly of the Word seminars shared about his transformative experience, confessing, "After learning the teachings from Shincheonji, I discarded hundreds of pages of my previous teachings. I was ashamed [of myself]."
Amid the backdrop of declining Christianity worldwide, including a shift from 90% to just over 60% in the US according to Pew Research, Shincheonji Church aims to explore the driving forces behind its rapid ascent. The Chairman will unveil crucial strategies for revitalizing the global Christian landscape.
For more information into the Great Sacred Assemblies of The Word encompassing this imminent Press Conference, visit the official Midwest Branch YouTube channel of Shincheonji https://www.youtube.com/@NHNEMidwestTv.
Source :NHNE Midwest
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