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Changchun!

One of the fascinating things about living in Changchun during the 1990s was watching the turbo-charged development that took place beginning in 1992.

ZGBriefs

ZGBriefs | February 25, 2021

China orders clergy to toe Communist Party and socialist line (February 19, 2021, South China Morning Post) New national rules requiring clergy to embrace the leadership of the Communist Party and China’s socialist system are expected to compound limits on religious freedom in the country,...

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End of an Era?

Welcoming a new reality even when it is at odds with the stories we have come to believe about China and about ourselves.

Chinese Church Voices

Rebirth in the Barracks

With no status, no money, no power, and compromised health, he longed for death. In that moment, God intervened to give new life.

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The Life and Ministry of Eric Martin Ekvall

Though he suffered the deaths of three of his children while serving in China, Eric Martin Ekvall (1866-1939) never wavered in 42 years as a pioneer missionary of the Christian & Missionary Alliance.

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APU’s MA TESOL $6000 Scholarship

Earn a Master’s Degree while teaching, serving, and living in China.

ZGBriefs

ZGBriefs | February 18, 2021

The Yongzheng Emperor and Christianity in China (February 16, 2021, Sup China) In 1724, the Yongzheng Emperor proscribed Christianity. But what he really wanted is what rulers always want: people who will serve their state but not threaten its order.

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Conference on English Language Teaching

An English teaching conference centered on the theme Imago Dei: Celebrating the Beauty and Benefits of Diversity.

Chinese Church Voices

Reborn

An artist tells how God and the gospel intervened to show him where his true value lies.