Christian in Wuhan hit the streets to share gospel

Published 08 February 2020  |  
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Christians in Wuhan, the epicenter of coronavirus outbreak, are boldly sharing the gospel of Jesus Christ in streets without fearing the infection or persecution by Chinese authorities.

They are using surgical masks to protect themselves from being infected by the virus and at the same time avoid being identified by authorities.

They went down the streets of Wuhan distributing protective masks and while handing out the mask, they shared the love of Christ to bring hope.

Lucille Talusan, correspondent of CBN News Asia reported that a group of "very courageous" Christians have hit the streets in Wuhan and while distributing the protective mask, "They say that they are Christians and they share the love of Christ and point to Jesus to bring hope to them and their families and the whole of China. ...This is really a breakthrough."

The uncertainty of the crisis has given Christians who often operate underground to come out and openly spread the message of gospel in Wuhan.

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