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2003 Year

The overseas crusades during 2003 had an important meaning that prepared a foundation of revival for the Taiwan Church, which is a bridgehead for missions for China. A person from the Taiwan Church pointed out, "Missions for the continent is a task that the Taiwan Church should work for. To achieve the work, the Taiwan Church needs to be revived." The Taiwan crusade was held for the purpose of preparing a foundation for the revival of Taiwan Church.
It laid stress on economically rich countries such as the United States and Japan among the countries where the crusades were held during 2003.
It was noted that those ministries urged the advanced countries that were stagnant spiritually in comparison with economic growth to be awakened spiritually and to have them make goals for world missions based on their countries' strong economic power

* March 11~16 : Portland, Oregon; Monterey, California;
*************Los Angeles, California

Dr. Cho preached at the 2003 Northwest Intercessors Conference at City Bible Church in Portland, Oregon, including the 28th Full Gospel World Mission, Inc. Annual Business Meeting and Monterey Revival Evangelistic Meeting in Monterey, and for a Revival Meeting for Healing & Blessing at Full Gospel L.A. Church in Los Angeles.


* July 3~6 : Pennsylvania 2003, North American Keralites 21st
******* **Pentecostal Conference

Thirty thousand East Indian immigrants attended from all over the United States. The conference that was held during the day included the big holiday in the United States, Independence Day on July 4.


* September 17~19 : Breakthrough and Revival Conference in **************** Taipei, Taiwan

It was held at Taiwan University Indoor Stadium. Fifty thousand people attended for three days (including the Church Growth seminar during the day from 17~19).
Converts : 700 people. Healings: 50 people.
Theme : Never Give Up
Dr. Cho's last crusade in Taiwan was held 12 years ago in 1991.
Dr. Cho visited the Office of the Generalissimo to meet President Chen Shui-bian at the invitation of the President and had a conversation with him for about 30 minutes.


* October 15 : Tokyo Jesus Festival 2003

The festival was held at Edogawa Culture Center, which was a familiar place to the participants because the 1996 Tokyo Jesus Festival was held in that place. Ten percent among the attendees accepted Jesus as their Savior.


* December 11 : 2003 Osaka Christmas Festival

The venue was Osaka Central Public Hall. The festival consisted of two parts. The first part was for the festive celebration of Christmas with the neighboring churches. The resounding praise of the Full Gospel Union Choir and a piano solo by Rev. Kim Sunghae Cho were presented during the second part.


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2 Thessalonians  3:16


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