After months of prayer, Christopher and Sara-Rose Sykes felt God’s calling to move to Taiwan for four years to learn the language and culture and to plant churches among the working-class Taiwanese people. “There is great spiritual need in Taiwan, a country steeped in the religions of Buddhism, Taoism and ancestor worship. We want to be part of God’s plan to bring His hope to the working-class people of this precious island,” said Sara-Rose.
After months of prayer, Christopher and Sara-Rose Sykes felt God’s calling to move to Taiwan for four years to learn the language and culture and to plant churches among the working-class Taiwanese people. “There is great spiritual need in Taiwan, a country steeped in the religions of Buddhism, Taoism and ancestor worship. We want to be part of God’s plan to bring His hope to the working-class people of this precious island,” said Sara-Rose. COURTESY OF TONY SMITH
After months of prayer, Christopher and Sara-Rose Sykes felt God’s calling to move to Taiwan for four years to learn the language and culture and to plant churches among the working-class Taiwanese people. “There is great spiritual need in Taiwan, a country steeped in the religions of Buddhism, Taoism and ancestor worship. We want to be part of God’s plan to bring His hope to the working-class people of this precious island,” said Sara-Rose. COURTESY OF TONY SMITH

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