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Chinese Church Voices

The Testimony of a Third Generation Believer at Peking University

I was born into a Christian family, but that did not mean that I naturally believed in God.

Chinese Church Voices

Training Disciples in China

I believe that the present-day pastor needs to demonstrate that he is a disciple of Christ by living a real life in a real way, and making sure other people can see that lifestyle, providing an example that believers can refer to, imitate, and follow.

Blog Entries

Being Prolife in China

How can the church make a difference when the state controls family life?

The Lantern

Packing a Punch, Indeed!

June news from ChinaSource.

Chinese Church Voices

A Pastor’s Vision for Small Groups

Introducing and sustaining small group pastoral ministry in rural China.

Chinese Church Voices

“Lying Flat” for Those Who Follow Jesus

Though there is value in living a simple life of “lying flat”—not being bound by worldly desires—only through knowing God will you gain true freedom and true rest. Only then will your soul truly “lie flat.”

Chinese Church Voices

The Faith of One Who Grew up at Peking University

My relationship with Peking University began with my parents. . . . I was born at the university’s school hospital and grew up attending the university’s affiliated preschool, elementary school, and high school. Then in 1992, I received a recommendation to attend Peking University and later became a student of chemistry at the school.

Chinese Church Voices

Learning from a Grain of Wheat

A Chinese Christian serving overseas shares her experiences of learning to look to God and depending on him when faced with cultural and spiritual challenges.

The Lantern

Stagnancy Kills

May news from ChinaSource.

Chinese Church Voices

More on Thriving in Lockdown

A Chinese Christian playwright suggests ways that music and literature can benefit those coping with extended lockdowns in China.