From the guest editor's desk
A worker among ethnic minorities, Ella provides a brief summary of some advantages, challenges, and theological considerations she has experienced.
How China is trying to impose Islam with Chinese characteristics in the Hui Muslim heartland(May 14, 2018, South China Morning Post) Calls to prayer are now banned in Yinchuan on the grounds of noise pollution.
The Chinese American Protestant Christians of Flushing, Queens (May 4, 2018, NYC Religions) Flushing’s Christian churches are becoming global hubs for Chinese evangelical Christians.
Grid Management and Social Control in China (April 29, 2018, China Policy Institute)
The adoption of grid management signals the government’s tightened monitoring of society in China.
A conversation with Dr. Mary Shepard Wong, Director of Field-based TESOL Programs at Azusa Pacific University.
Guidelines for pastors and church staff on how the church should respond to government intervention, including what to do when the police come knocking at your door.
In short, a strong parallel is evident in the many aspects of Confucius’ teachings and the redemptive gospel in addressing the inadequacy of the human condition. However, what has fallen short in Confucius’ solution was his optimism in the very nature of humanity that needs restoration.
On May 12, 2008, the ground began to shake in Sichuan Province. By the time it stopped, nearly 100,000 people had lost their lives.
The voice of one of many Chinese Christians who are calling for believers to step into the NGO space as a means of extending the church’s witness in society and establishing its credibility in the eyes of the government.
A Three-self church pastor in Wenzhou writes about four practical concepts for developing healthy churches.
In this anthology of sixty-six works, Frances Wood provides a succinct but rich overview of the “doings” of the oldest continuous civilization on earth.
What happens when you take wealthy urban high school students and drop them down in a small town in Maine?
A review of Alexander Chow's Chinese Public Theology: Generational Shifts and Confucian Imagination in Chinese Christianity.
In today’s context, the church cannot focus solely on how to cope with the problem of persecution.
Pre-return preparation—a key for assimilating returnee believers back into their families, churches, and society.
Mention China’s emerging missions movement, and the topic of China’s Belt and Road Initiative will almost surely follow.