Ecumenism in Local Place
Last week, we had attended an event hosted by Paiwan Presbytery of Presbyterian Church of Taiwan. We met a “kina” (mother in Paiwanese), who gently asked us “is it going well in your ministry?” “Nothing to worry!”, I replied. The kina continued to say that, few weeks ago, she had come to our church, and prayed for our elder who was in pain. The elder told her, “Please come to our place and pray for our pastors. They need much mercy.”
However, if we have no experience of local pastoring, we cannot truly understand the differences happened in Taiwan. We cross over our familiar places, broaden our vision, and train ourselves to much possibility.
Recently, I’ve read a report from Cosmiccare, named “The Real Needs from Rural Places”. In this article, it said that even if there is a weak community with poverty, a good teacher and a couple might become a help and serve the needs of community…..→http://paiwan.com.tw/UniandUbak/?p=28