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4th Meeting of the Go Against the Tide Clubs (IPPTV), which this time lasted four days and was held at our conference centre in Lublin. Over 200 participants took part in the meeting, one of them arriving from as far as Calgary, Canada. On Saturday evening we all went to the ruins of the Janowiec castle near Lublin. During the Golden Age, when protestant Reformation reached Poland, the castle belonged to the Firlejs family, one of the most known Polish protestant families. In the ruins of the protestant chapel we had a concert of Christian songs. It was probably for the first time since 1600s that Bible-believing Christians praised God there. We also organized a 16th-century historical re-enactment that attracted a few hundred people who heard about our television. Next day we started the spring-summer ‘baptism season’. Yet another 20 Christians bore their testimonies about their saving faith in Jesus Christ and were baptized.
During the second Truth about China event in Lublin, Poland 20-21.06.2018 editor Hania Chen (Taiwan) joined us live in our Patriotic Culture Center to connect with Pastor Bob Kraft. Pastor Bob Kraft was born in the USA and has been living in Hong Kong since 1992. He has obtained a permanent residency status in 1997. When asked by Mrs. Chen about the future of China and Hong Kong said: I think that the situation in China will reach a breaking point, and the government of China will not be able to control it. It might even come to the use of guns. [...] Citizens of Hong Kong don't have guns but can raise their voice and protest. I think that citizens of Hong Kong will be enticed into these events in China so they need to ready themselves so they won't be surprised when it happens.