Deaconess Carol Halter,
Serving the Lord in Hong Kong
Deaconess Carol Lee Halter has served as an evangelistic missionary among the Chinese people in Hong Kong since 1981. From 1969 to 1981, Carol served as a missionary with the Chinese Lutheran Church of the Holy Spirit in San Francisco, Calif. For three and a half years before that, she was a volunteer missionary in Hong Kong.
Carol does humanitarian, evangelistic and educational work among Chinese people of all ages who live in Hong Kong. Her prayer is that all Chinese people will hear the saving Gospel of Jesus Christ — especially from each other. Fluent in Cantonese, Carol nurtures and trains Chinese people to grow in Christ and to share the Gospel. She does this by holding educational and evangelism seminars and Bible classes, and by counseling individuals.
After her deaconess internship and her 1965 graduation from Valparaiso University as a Lutheran deaconess, Carol committed her life to ministry to Chinese people. She received her master of divinity degree from Hong Kong Concordia Theological Seminary in 1984.
Carol asks you to pray that she would be filled with the Holy Spirit to do what God wants her to do in proclaiming the Gospel of Jesus Christ to the Chinese people.
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