Winter 1999

Lead Article

The Changing Face of China’s Church

The church in China does not exist in a vacuum. Rather, it is experiencing unprecedented change that mirrors the rapid pace of change in society at large. Caught up in this vortex, the question is, “Can the church keep up and adapt itself for effective witness in 21st century China?”

Supporting Article

Putting Christianity on the Map—for Chinese Intellectuals

Looking at one of China's "Cultural Christians," Liu Xiaofeng.

Supporting Article

Strategic Teaching Opportunities

Due to the growth of the church in China, there are three main needs to be met.

Peoples of China

The Church among the Peoples of China

Are the people groups of China responding to the gospel?


Can We Afford to Do Nothing for China?

The editor's point of view.

Book Reviews

The Costly Revival

China’s Christian Millions by Tony Lambert, 

Reviewed by Alex Buchan

View From the Wall

No Stranger

The Church in the Eyes of the Chinese

After over 20 years of economic reform, nothing seems to really catch the eyes of the Chinese today.