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Blood drive is a valuable action to save one's life. The World Mission Society Church of God (Rev. General Pastor Kim Joo-cheol) which practices the love of Heavenly Mother is expected to campaign the blood drive with the purpose of saving one's life in danger due to the blood supply shortage.
Pascoe Vale based World Mission Society Church of God in Melbourne, Australia, said around 60 members are scheduled to South Bank where there is the blood donation center and campaign the blood drive on the Australian Day on 26th, Thursday. The campaign is a specially prepared event by World Mission Society Church of God to celebrate the sacred birth of Christ Ahnsahnghong who appeared as a second time to save all mankind.
A missionary from the Church of God in Melbourne, Australia stated the purpose of the campaign saying, "It is planned to save one's life dying of failing to get the blood transfusion and to solve the chronic problem of blood supply shortage in Australia." He also added, "The Second Coming Christ Ahnsahnghong came down to this earth to let all mankind receive the eternal life through the Passover the New Covenant." He said, "We hope the good news of God's coming to this earth also could be heard ."
According to a statistics research, one out of three Australian needs transfusion. However, only one in thirty people donates blood. The population participating in the blood drive every year is only 3 percent of the total population.
This campaign is expected to change the consciousness of people who have negative thoughts about the blood drive and to contribute greatly to expand the donor base and to change public perception of the blood drive. In addition, it is likely to solve the most urgent problem of the blood supply shortage and to save emergency patients needing a large blood supply.
"I have never participated in blood donation in my life. I was actually nervous at first, but now I am so excited and even look forward to it because I know it will greatly contribute to saving a precious life of someone." said Mignonne Malan (25) from the Church of God expressing her excitement regarding the blood donation. She also added, "I'm proud of spreading the love of God the Father Ahnsahnghong and God the Mother New Jerusalem." She said she would definitely join the blood drive on the 26th day of this month.
The World Mission Society Church of God also held a blood drive at NSW Red Cross Blood Donor Center in Sydney on January 6. Around 30 members of the Church participated in the event. One day before, on the 5th day of this month, their activities were broadcasted through the channel "Radio 2000. 98.5FM."
The World Mission Society Church of God originated from South Korea in the east from the ends of the earth and spread to the whole world. Based on the teachings of the Bible, the members of the Church believe in Christ Ahnsahnghong as the Second Coming Jesus, who restored the New Covenant truths that had been destroyed during the Dark Ages of the middle. The truths include the Sabbath day and the seven feasts of three times such as the Passover. They also believe in God the Mother who is the source of life and love.
On December 25, 2011 (the 1st day of the 12th month in the lunar calendar), they held a service for commemorating the 94th anniversary of the sacred birth of Christ Ahnsahnghong and have been carrying out environmental clean-up campaigns and sharing and voluntary services simultaneously around the world before and after that day. The Headquarters is located in South Korea. The Church of God has 2,200 Churches in 150 countries and the number of the registered members is around 1.63 million worldwide.