Chinese Church Voices

Chinese Church Voices is a weekly column of the ChinaSource Blog providing translations of original writing by Christians in China. The views represented are entirely those of the original author; inclusion in Chinese Church Voices does not imply or equal an endorsement by ChinaSource.

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More on Thriving in Lockdown

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

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Easter in Shanghai during the Lockdown

Easter in Shanghai this year was unusual and difficult. Yet Christians found ways to celebrate Easter and serve others during the lockdown.

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The Unexpected Journey of a University Student

Alone, wretched, and bewildered, I was unaware that God was softening my hard heart in this time of darkness, and he was quietly opening a door to eternal happiness.

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Responding to Tragedy

The world is full of tragedy, some arising from human causes, others from natural causes. Both result in suffering. Following the air disaster in China last month, a Chinese believer reflects on how Christians should respond to the tragedies that impact them and others.

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Ministering to Drug Addicts in Myanmar

The devastation of drug addiction has impacted people around the world, affecting addicts and their families. In this article from China Christian Daily, we learn of the impact of gospel-centered rehabilitation on one addict and his continuing ministry helping others out of addiction through the gospel.

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Churches Seeking to Stay Online

New regulations governing online religious content came into effect on March 1 of this year. If strictly enforced, the regulations could severely restrict the use of online tools for ministry and outreach by Christians in China. Here's a brief update on how churches are responding.

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The Testimony of a Seeker

During my sophomore year of college, I once again encountered the gospel.

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Chinese Christians Pray following the China Eastern Airlines Crash

In response to last week’s tragic loss of life, Christians in China are praying. One noted, “. . . believers, they pray for peace in Ukraine, for the domestic epidemic, and now they are praying for the plane crash. These are painful things, just like the recent weather, shrouded in gloom.”

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Humbly Striving for Growth—Li Yan (2)

Chinese Church Voices first featured Li Yan, the "Iron Lady on Ice" in 2014 following the Sochi Winter Olympics. She has continued to coach speed skating and this year was the head coach of the Chinese speed skating training team for the Beijing Winter Olympics. This article continues the story of Li Yan’s personal experience and the humility that is key to her success as a world-class coach.

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Humbly Striving for Growth—Li Yan

Chinese Church Voices first featured Li Yan, the "Iron Lady on Ice" in 2014 following the Sochi Winter Olympics. She has continued to coach speed skating and this year was the head coach of the Chinese speed skating training team for the Beijing Winter Olympics. Here we learn more of Li Yan’s personal experience and the humility that is key to her success as a world-class coach.