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With the recent influx of Chinese to Africa, how can the church stand in the gap and bring to these immigrants the gospel that will ultimately result in their reconciliation, not only with God but also with the Africans?
No Shenfenzheng, No Problem: China to Roll out Real-Time Passport Authentication for Foreigners (September 17, 2019, The Beijinger) Whether you hold a B-grade work visa or are just coming to China for a lark, your name and passport information will soon be added to a national expat ID authentication platform…
Choice Chengyu: Lunar Language (September 11, 2019, The World of Chinese) Held on the 15th day of the eighth lunar month, the Mid-Autumn Festival is one of the most important Chinese festivals. On this day, people reunite with their families and eat mooncakes.
Love from the Margins: Lessons from 4 Pastors in China (August 29, 2019, The Gospel Coalition) The power of perseverance comes from the Holy Spirit, not from social position or privilege.
"No matter if it’s streaming sports, TV shows, or family updates—it’s hard to do ministry if you’re still tied to your old life."
A final song from Stream of Praise—one that will stick with you all day!
A book for those reaching out to Chinese students and scholars with the gospel.
In a time of rapid development, some feel the pull to get rich quick and fall prey to financial cons and scams. Church leaders must be on guard lest they infiltrate the church.
Africa is experiencing considerable change in the course of the unfolding relationship, but so is China.
You need a place for your soul to be breath, your head to be engaged, and your heart to stay tender. You need Global Trellis.
St. Ignatius Cathedral in Shanghai is one of the oldest and most historic Catholic buildings in China.
A simple and catchy tune, as well as the repetitive nature of the lyrics, makes this Canaan Hymn easy to learn.
A look at the upcoming autumn issue of ChinaSource Quarterly—"China and Africa."
The Canaan Hymns, written by a young woman from the countryside, sung by Chinese Christians around the world.
Over 100 years ago, God began a work along the steep inclines above the Nujiang River in Yunnan that greatly impacted the Lisu people and many others along with and through them.