Wayne Ten Harmsel
Flourishing in a Challenging Environment
Wayne Ten Harmsel pulls back for Western readers the shroud of mystery surrounding Chinese registered churches. Through interviews with Chinese pastors, evangelists, and lay Christians, he provides a rare view of what it means to live in the shadow of both the government and the well-known house churches.
From the desk of the guest editor.
Contemporary Christian art on display in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
Who leads China's registered churches and how do they become leaders?
Some Final Thoughts
But for me, the striking thing was the homogeneity of the churches over time and place. The churches and their pastors simply went faithfully about their business, the business of sharing and teaching their faith, and leading the people in worship—doing what the church is called to do.