It’s Wednesday morning, which means it’s time to point you to the good work of Southeastern’s Center for Great Commission Studies. This week at their blog, Will Taylor wrote up a helpful piece on the Umbrella Revolution in Hong Kong.
Here’s an excerpt:
Fast forward to August 31, 2014. In short, the government (National People’s Congress) of Hong Kong is taking measures to limit the electoral rights of its citizens through appointing its own three candidates. And, a very important point, this system will be approved by Beijing, China. Of course, this new system is stirring the anger in the hearts of the people of Hong Kong. The protestors want a stronger representation of democracy. They want their voice to be heard.
Read the full post here and keep the brothers and sisters in Hong Kong in your prayers.