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Missionary becomes US citizen

. 1 min read
7/22/2016
By CHRIS SCHUTZ
The Fourth of July was a special one for Fuxia Wang, a
missionary and the international director at the Wesley Foundation at the
University of Oklahoma in Norman.
After 20 years in the United States, this was Rev. Wang’s
first Independence Day as a U.S. citizen.
Eleven days earlier, the native of China had recited the
Pledge of Allegiance, waved a small flag, and taken the oath that concluded a
years-long journey to becoming a citizen.
For her, the moment signified a new kind of independence — a
guarantee that she can preach and worship the Lord.
“You cannot do what I’m doing here in China,
publicly,” she said. She wants people to appreciate that the United States
is blessed.
The rest of the story … coming to the USA as an atheist,
meeting Jesus through a United Methodist campus ministry.