Many Chinese today are obsessed with attaining lives of luxury. A Christian observes that this obsession grows out of a desire for identity and recognition that can only truly be found in the gospel.Keep Reading
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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?
What America Didn’t Anticipate About China (October 16, 2019, The Atlantic) For too long, policy makers ignored the possibility that China could transform the U.S., rather than the other way around.
Can Your Business Afford/Stomach the China Risks? (October 9, 2019, China Law Blog) Overall, the risk of doing business with China has gone up substantially in just the last two months…
An app in exile (September 26, 2019, World) WeDevote is China’s most popular Bible app, but Communist officials keep trying to shut it out of the country.
Zaha Hadid’s massive ‘starfish’ airport opens in Beijing (September 25, 2019, The Guardian) The new mega-airport, the second in Beijing, was designed by the late architect Zaha Hadid in the shape of a starfish with five connected concourses. It is said to be the world’s largest single-building airport terminal.
Many Chinese today are obsessed with attaining lives of luxury. A Christian observes that this obsession grows out of a desire for identity and recognition that can only truly be found in the gospel.
In the midst of all the required teacher feedback and correction, there are thought-provoking surprises; those reminders that there’s always so much more going on than pronunciation or grammar.
An ebook for anyone working in or considering serving in a creative-access country.
In a somewhat hyperbolic yet prophetic tone, writer Huo Shu rallies Christians to reconsider the idea of “poor preachers.”
A tale of two countries, with a glimpse into China and Chinese culture and insight into cultural differences and warm friendships.
An article on effective service from the ChinaSource archives.
On September 13, Chinese celebrated one of China’s biggest holidays—Mid-Autumn Festival (中秋节). This article from the Gospel Times looks at if and how Christians should observe the holiday.
Poor financial compensation for pastors is one factor among many today that could imperil the future of the Chinese church.
The “Living as a Christian in China” webinar recording is now available.
Food for thought for churches and sending agencies.
Rural areas are especially at risk for false teaching. The danger of cults, says Brother Liu, cannot be taken lightly.
China has a lot to celebrate as a nation looking back at its 70-year history; during these years, what has happened with the church in China?