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Contemporary Chinese Christian artists have grown out of historical relationships between Chinese culture, contemporary art, and Christianity. This article looks as these three factors to help us understand contemporary Chinese Christian art.
Are Kids in China Better-Off Today Than a Decade Ago? (June 2, 2020, Sixth Tone) This Children’s Day, Sixth Tone takes a look back at 10 years’ worth of policies aimed at better protecting children, as well as their still-evident shortcomings.
“The end of Hong Kong” (May 22, 2020, World Magazine) The national security law would ban “treason, secession, sedition, and subversion,” and criminalize foreign influence.
China Wants Workers to Stay in the Countryside (May 16, 2020, Foreign Policy) There are reports that as many as hundreds of thousands of enterprises have already gone bankrupt.
A challenge and prayer for each of us seeking the God of recovery and revival.
What are some of the significant breakthroughs in the development of the Indigenous Missions Movement from China.
Chinese youth are living in a world drastically different from a generation ago. What motivates young Chinese adults? What challenges are they facing? How should the church respond?
A book providing a valuable inside view of an era of unprecedented openness for Christianity in China and a sober historical assessment of why that era could not last.
The COVID-19 epidemic has not only driven home the stark realities of living in a flat world where what happens in one country is able to radically alter life around the globe; it has also made possible a type of cross-cultural sharing among Christians that may not have happened otherwise were it not for the shared experience of a global pandemic.
We’ve heard from those who had to leave China and have continued their journeys. Is there anything we can take with us for the journeys we are on?
More from the webinar “Real Lives of Real Missionaries: Timothy Richard (1845-1919)."
Today I can whole-heartedly say that whatever seeds, words, or love I gave in China are not wasted.
The COVID-19 pandemic has not stopped cross removals in China. This article from China Christian Daily reports on one cross removal from a historic church in the city of Heifei.
This is not where you want to be. This is not where you thought you’d be. This was not your plan.
While there are many negative news reports during the COVID-19 pandemic, this story of a revitalized rural church is a much-needed source of encouragement.