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Zuunii Medee (Mongolia) / February 15, 2012

The World Mission Society Church of God (WMSCOG) members cleaned up the River Selbe for celebrating the sacred birth of Christ Ahnsahnghong

Proclaiming that the Second Coming Jesus Ahnsahnghong has already come to the earth while collecting 700 bags of trash

On last Sunday, February 12, a clean-up activity to make the Ulaanbaatar more beautiful was carried out. The World Mission Society Church of God (Chief Pastor: Joo-cheol Kim), a global religious group, became a model for the Mongolian society by performing the clean-up campaign at around the River Selbe of Ulaanbaatar.

This day, the missionaries and 500 members of the Church of God in Ulaanbaatar cleaned up the riverside of the River Selbe which flows through the city and were praised by its citizens.

“The Second Christ Ahnsahnghong has already come to the earth, but many people do not know this fact. We prepared this event to proclaim that God the Holy Spirit came to this earth again to save mankind and to make the nature where we are living clean and beautiful,” said Pastor Kim, Yool-san of the Mongolian Association of the Church of God in Ulaanbaatar, who led the activity.

“I express my gratitude to many people who participated in the campaign with enthusiasm in this cold weather.”

The members of the Church of God and their friends partook in this clean-up campaign, which was started from the River Selbe near the U.S. Embassy. Besides, many local celebrities joined and showed keen interest in this day’s activity, including L.Baatartsogt, Chief Secretary of Mayor, Yu.Delgermaa, Chief of the Department of Environmental Protection, Batzaya, Vice Chief of the Department of Environmental Protection and managers of relevant departments, Ganbold, Chief of a Nature Conservation Association, D.Sumkhuu, a nature documentary director, B.Batdelger, Production Service Manager of the Sukhbaatar Ward Office and Burentugs managers, D.Enebish, Manager of Administrative Office of the Department of Environmental Affairs & Tourism, Bolormaa, Manager of the Department of General Affairs and Otgonbayar, Manager of the Department of Human Resources of “Mon Khorus” Constructions.

The celebrities encouraged the church members who showed an example. L.Baatartsogt, Chief Secretary of Mayor, expressed gratitude to the Church, saying “Thank you for carrying out the clean-up campaign with a united and enthusiastic mind in this cold weather.”

And Yu.Delgermaa, Chief of the Department of Environmental Protection, said, “Today, the World Mission Society Church of God (WMSCOG), the Ulaanbaatar City, the Department of Environmental Protection and the Department of Environmental Affairs & Tourism of the City co-hosted the clean-up activity of the River Selbe. The Department of Environmental Protection carried out several clean-up campaigns along with the World Mission Society Church of God. Through the active clean-up activity with warm hearts, more than 500 members of the Church of God proved that we can see good results when we carry out things wholeheartedly.” This was his third participation in the clean-up campaign hosted by the Church of God. He showed an example by participating in the clean-up activity with a garbage bag and a big plier in his hands.

D.Enebish, Manager of the Administrative Office of the Department of Environmental Affairs & Tourism, also praised the church members, saying “I would like to express my appreciation to many members of the Church of God that hosted this massive activity. Many people participated in the campaign with a united mind and heartily conducted the activity.

Around 500 participants moved along the River Selbe in the direction of Zuun ail, Sukhbaatar Ward while collecting domestic wastes, empty bottles, vinyl and other trash to make the Capital City more beautiful. It’s not easy to conduct the clean-up activity on the weather of -20 degrees Celsius although they were wearing gloves, mufflers and hats. Most especially, they had hard time breaking ice and collecting the trash since there were many wastes frozen in the River. They collected lots of trash as many as more than 700 bags within 2 hours in spite of harsh conditions.

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The campaign “I have already come” to proclaim the coming of the Second Coming Jesus is spreading to the world.

The World Mission Society Church of God (WMSCOG), whose headquarters and main temple are located in Korea, keeps the Sabbath day, the seven feasts of three times such as the Passover and regulation on the women’s headcovering. It has around 2,200 Churches in 150 countries around the world and the total number of the registered Church members amounts to 1.63 million.

The members of the Church of God believe in Christ Ahnsahnghong as God the Father, who restored the truth of the Passover of the New Covenant which had been abolished in 325 A.D. They also believe in Heavenly Mother, the reality of life and love, as the source of salvation.

The World Mission Church of God has been carrying out this campaign since the 94th anniversary of the sacred birth of Christ Ahnsahnghong of the end of last year. For this, the Church of God has been performing various community services such as environmental clean-up campaigns, blood drives and campaigns to help unfortunate neighbors. In Mongolia, the Church visited a nursery-affiliated kindergarten to share school supplies, toys, mittens and mufflers with the children, and supported neighbors by supplying cooking oils, wheat flour and other daily necessities to 30 households in need.

Around 500 Church members are practicing the love of God to others.

The Church members, wearing warm gloves, mufflers and hats, carried out the clean-up activity on the weather of -20 degrees. They prepared the activity systematically to break ice and to collect garbage frozen in the River with big pliers and pickaxes, and conducted the clean-up with the mind of a master. They collected lots of trash as many as more than 700 bags within 2 hours in spite of the cold wind.

The members of the Church of God said that the activity was hard due to the cold but they gladly participated in this event to help the development of the communities and the country. They also said that they wanted to deliver the love of God to save mankind to the world through their good deeds.

Such a massive clean-up campaign is not frequent in Mongolia. Moreover, it’s rare to find people performing a clean-up activity at the frozen River in February. In response, the Department of Environmental Protection and the Department of Environmental Affairs & Tourism of the Ulaanbaatar City, “Mon Khorus” Constructions and other agencies and organizations welcomed this event and supported gloves, big pliers, pickaxes for breaking the ice, and other cleaning tools including 700 garbage backs. The citizens also praised them, saying “You are doing good things to create a garbage-free environment.”

In March of last year, around 500 members of the Church of God carried out a clean-up campaign before celebrating the Passover, one of the biggest feasts of this Church, and collected a huge amount of garbage. In addition, this religious group has been conducting the clean-up campaign at various places of the City regularly. In recognition of its contribution to creating clean and pleasant urban environment, the World Mission Society Church of God (WMSCOG) has received plaques of gratitude from relevant government agencies.

Contact info of the Church of God: 70151925
www.watv.org

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Upper: Around 20,000 members of the Church of God, who hold titles and positions, pose for a picture with Mother at the Okcheon Go&Come Training Institute located in North Chungcheong Province, Korea.

Lower: 500 members of the Mongolian Association of the Church of God participated in the clean-up activity of the River Selbe as part of the campaign “I have already come” for celebrating the sacred birth of Ahnsahnghong.

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