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Pray for Emerson and Ivy Wu, newly endorsed development workers to Macao.

December 21, 2011

Emerson and Ivy Wu have been endorsed by International Ministries to serve as Development Workers in Macau, a special administrative region of China, with the supportive partnership of Evangelize China Fellowship.

For a long time, Macau was known for its gambling casinos. Drug, alcohol and gambling addictions, crime and prostitution were rampant in this region near Hong Kong in which less than 1% of the population is Christian.  However, under the new government, many positive changes are taking place. Better education and social services are two major areas that are creating opportunities for the younger generation. The Wus will strive to bring a new spirit to Macau by serving in outreach to youth and college students and in the orphanage’s after-school program.

  • Pray for Emerson and Ivy as they build relations with congregations and individuals for prayer and financial support.
  • Pray for God to supply every need for them.
  • Pray also for their adult children and for the anticipated pain of separation when they leave at some future point.