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How the Church Grows in China
Getting beyond how many Christians there are in China to how is this remarkable growth of the church taking place.
Online Meeting Platforms
As the world ground to a halt this year due to the COVID pandemic, have you wondered what it would have been like to get through this without the internet?
ZGBriefs | July 9, 2020
International students may need to leave US if their universities transition to online-only learning (July 7, 2020, CNN) International students who are pursuing degrees in the United States will have to leave the country or risk deportation if their universities switch to online-only courses…
The Importance of Filial Piety
Especially at a Distance
Our friends in Asia suspected that we did not want to take care of our family members, our parents in particular, and so we came to their country. They couldn’t understand that we had come for any other reason.
Chinese Church Voices
6 Steps to Re-opening
Many churches in China are resuming regular worship services in the wake of COVID-19. What precautions should they take as they open their doors?
3 Questions: Far East Deep South
An Interview with Director Larissa Lam
"Chinese people in Mississippi? What happened there?"
Training Laborers for His Harvest
A Book Review
An exploration of William Milne’s mentorship of Liang Fa, the first ordained Chinese pastor.
ZGBriefs | July 2, 2020
International flights to China resume as coronavirus restrictions ease (June 27, 2020, South China Morning Post) International airlines are starting to resume flights to China after a loosening of aviation restrictions brought in as part of the country’s response to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Weathering the COVID Storm
Insights from a conversation about the effects of the Covid-19 crisis on the church in China.