Collection: LMCO 2021 / Week of Prayer 2021 Day 7

The primary religions in Taiwan are Buddhism, Daosim, Shintoism, Islam, Folk and Christianity.

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One in five people in the world are from East Asia. There are currently 1.7 billion people living in East Asia.

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Taiwanese Baptist missionaries practice sharing the gospel in Taiwan while they train to serve around the world with Huayu International Missions (HIM), a missions sending agency started in Taiwan by Taiwanese Baptist pastors and IMB missionaries.

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Taiwan’s population is composed of four ethnic people groups: aboriginals, the Fukien Taiwanese, the Hakka Taiwanese and the Chinese.

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During their two-month training at Huayu International Missions (HIM), future Taiwanese missionaries participated in the ministries of eight different churches in Taiwan. This training structure was modeled after the IMB’s training model for future missionaries.

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A Taiwanese Baptist pastor leads an evangelism training during a two-month training period at Huayu International Missions. He was instrumental in partnering with IMB missionaries to lay the foundation of the Taiwanese sending agency.

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In November 2020, Huayu International Missions (HIM) partnered with the local, Baptist convention to commission the first Taiwanese missionaries from HIM. The commissioning service was held at the end of the Baptist convention, but every pastor in attendance stayed to participate in the service. The five missionaries were prayed over and encouraged by the pastors who attended.

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During their two-month training at Huayu International Missions (HIM), future Taiwanese missionaries are required to go out and practice sharing the gospel. The Taiwanese Baptist pastors and IMB missionaries who started HIM were sure to include these “evangelism encounters” in the training process.

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