With a desire to reach more campus students effectively, the ministers of Bangkok Immanuel Church have been cultivating a good relationship with the committee of a Christian fellowship that is located near the church.
Through the network established, several non-Christians who are interested in knowing more about Christianity have been introduced to attend the church. To widen the spread of Gospel to the campus students and follow up on newcomers that have been led to the church recently, the ministers will be attending the Christian fellowship’s cell group activity held every Tuesday from 4pm till 6pm.
During a recent visit, the ministers were encouraged to witness one brother receiving Jesus Christ as his personal Savior, after attending the cell group activity for the past few years.
Reflecting on the work of God in his life, he shared, “I am now a fourth year student, so I would like to open my heart to everyone today. My life has often been surrounded by Christians since I am a child till I am now studying in the university. My family are staunch Buddhists. When I was in high school, we often debated about Buddhism.”
“As time passed, when I am in the university, I came to know a Christian friend and from that time I have attended church every week. During the same time, I attended the cell group here every week. However, because of family pressure, I am afraid to change my faith, though I am the one who has been interested in Christ for a long time,” he continued.
Following his sharing, the Gospel was explained more in depth to him as he was eventually led to receive Jesus Christ as his personal Savior and Lord. Everyone present were encouraged to witness his life-changing decision.
As the church continues to maintain a close relationship with the Christian fellowship, it is with hope that they will encounter many prepared souls like this brother, as the Gospel is being preached widely in the campus.