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Events

Human Flourishing in Chinese Thought: A Christian Response

We are thrilled to invite you to join us for a fascinating event in the historic Nazareth Chapel at the University of Northwestern-St.Paul on Friday, April 5. I’Ching Thomas of OM International will present a free lecture titled “Human Flourishing in Chinese Thought: A Christian Response.” I’Ching Thomas will explore the notion of human flourishing in Chinese […]

The Lantern

God’s Abundant Blessing

February news from ChinaSource.

Chinese Church Voices

The Gift of a Special Needs Son

Looking back, it must have been the moving of the Holy Spirit that compelled me to ask Yanfei and my daughter to join me in being baptized on the evening of December 24, 2003, and taking on the name of Christian.

The Lantern

A Strategic Great Commission Plan

January news from ChinaSource.

Chinese Church Voices

The Price of Discipleship

In the face of adversity, we were asked a profound question: Are we willing to pay the price to follow Jesus? This period of persecution became a crucible, testing our faith and convictions.

Blog Entries

Beginning 2024 with Gratitude

We begin 2024 with thanksgiving to God for his provision through you, our steadfast friends!

The Lantern

The Path to Peace

December news from ChinaSource.

Blog Entries

J.O. Fraser and the Making of the Lisu Bible

Fraser’s most acclaimed contribution to missions is his translation of the Bible and Christian hymns into the Lisu language. When he first met the Lisu people in Tengyueh, they had no written language of their own. After Fraser learned to speak the language, he began to translate the Bible into Lisu.

The Lantern

Building New Bridges

November news from ChinaSource.

Blog Entries

Meet the Translators of the Chinese Bible

Chinese Bible translations were often the result of years of diligence, at times division, and significant group work. While Westerners often numerically dominated the projects mentioned above, Chinese Christians also played a role.