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Helping The Hurting In China


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Our "Still Voice" project is to help Chinese after the catastrophe.

Our "Still Voice" project is to help Chinese after the catastrophe.

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  • 1. Helping the Hurting in China
    • The 3 phase plan
    • Still Voice Project
  • 2. Destructive Earthquake 5,000,000 Chinese left homeless, countless dead. Who will help?
    • Sill Voice Project
    • Background: The Bible talks about “a great and strong wind (that) tore into the mountains and broke the rocks in pieces.” Then, “ a still small voice ” asks “What are you doing here?” (1 Kings 19: 11-13)
    • Our Response: We are being a witness for Christ Jesus by bringing the Gospel and practical help to those on the brink of destruction.
  • 3. Phase One: Care Visitation to Sichuan
    • Care Visitation
    • Phase One: Short term mission teams visit survivors in Sichuan Province.
    • Background: Most survivors lost houses and loves ones. They are in urgent need of care, consolation, and Christ.
    • Prerequisites: You must undergo basic training with us to join a team.
    • Specifics: Each team will have 10-12 people and be assigned to visit some 500 survivors.
    • *Budget: Basic food items, Bible, gospel tracts and transport fees. US$ 64,081
    • Timeframe: Now
  • 4. Phase Two: Delivering Provisions
    • Delivering Provisions to China
    • Phase Two: Taking aid in the form of Rice and Bibles and Gospel Tracts
    • Specifics: To help the affected families in their staple needs, we shall deliver rice together with Bibles and gospel tracts.
    • *Budget: 300,000 kg of white rice, 10,000 cp of Bible and gospel tracts. US$ 384,491
    • Timeframe: next nine months.
  • 5. Phase Three: Rainbow Orphanage
    • Rainbow Orphange
    • Phase Three: An orphanage for 400 children.
    • Background: Many children were left parentless after the China earthquake.
    • Specifics: O rphans will receive a new home, counseling, education and hear of Jesus love for them.
    • *Budget: A building space of 4,000 sq m, fixtures and facilities. US$ 2,563,274
    • Timeframe: Beginning now in Sichuan Province.
  • 6.
    • Background:
    • What we heard:
    • We’ve come up with this “Small Voice Project” to help our Chinese friends who survived the calamities.
    • We shall work with local churches, both the government and house churches.
    • We shall pool our strength and resources to participate in the relief works under the name of Christian church to show the world that the church cares.
    • By this, we shall find it easier to penetrate the Chinese society with the gospel and God’s love.
    • And he said, Go forth, and stand upon the mount before the LORD. And, behold, the LORD passed by, and a great and strong wind rent the mountains, and brake in pieces the rocks before the LORD; but the LORD was not in the wind: and after the wind an earthquake ; but the LORD was not in the earthquake. And after the earthquake a fire; but the LORD was not in the fire: and after the fire a still small voice ……What doest thou here? (1 Kings 19:11-13)
    About the Small Voice Project
  • 7. Be involved. Details at:
    • Revival Chinese Ministries International
    • We are an evangelical mission based in Hong Kong.
    • The work was founded by Pastor Dennis Balcombe, missionary to China.
    • Come and train with us at the Revival Christian Church, not far from the airport.