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The Lantern

Spirit-Led Collaboration

May news from ChinaSource.


WeChatting to the Glory of God

Serving China Through Digital Engagement

Despite restrictions and an increasingly tight environment, there are still creative ways that Christians are using the internet for evangelism, discipleship, fellowship, and encouragement. In this webinar, we will present a picture of what God is doing through four different ministries involved in digital engagement.

Chinese Church Voices

Church Cares for Elderly in Zhangzhou City Nursing Home

Run by the Tabitha volunteer service center of Beimen Church in Zhangzhou City, the Jiale Nursing Home opened in May 2021 to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the founding of the church, which was established on Easter.

Blog Entries

Reaching Gen Z in Singapore

Paster Ho believes one-on-one ministry is important in an age when young people want quick answers to their questions. “We need to equip good youth leaders to connect with the youths, especially at this age when youths rather listen to their friends than their parents.”

The Lantern

Easter and China

April news from ChinaSource.

Blog Entries

Towards the Mobilization of Chinese Cross-Cultural Workers

A new paper available in ResearchShare on calling, vocation, and spiritual formation as it relates to Chinese Christians in mission service and the churches that send them.

Blog Entries

Ramadan and the Gospel

When we celebrate with our Hui friends, let us not treat remembrances of either our God or theirs as quaint cultural relics, but as points of connection to God and his gospel. These are powerful gospel prompts.

The Lantern

Incomparably Great Power

March news from ChinaSource.


Spreading the Gospel: Christian Posters in Early 20th Century China

Lecture Recording

Posters were the most common visual imagery of Christianity in China from 1919 to 1949. In his lecture, Dr. Daryl Ireland showcased some of his collection of nearly 700 posters from both Protestants and Catholics and discussed how they are changing the way we think about Chinese Christianity.

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Blessed Are the Peacemakers

February news from ChinaSource.