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Chinese Church Voices

As Churches Reopen in China (1)

Wu Zhonyi highlights five areas in which believers have demonstrated great enthusiasm as churches reopen.

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What to Do When Things Just Don’t Feel Right

If you’d like a small, but tangible way, to share Jesus’ love with a group of women and their families in China (as well as bless your own friends and family), here’s a simple way to do that.

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The Testimony of an 80后

During the baptism class, I felt the Spirit of God convicting me that I needed to become a true follower of Jesus. After that, I was baptized.

Chinese Church Voices

A Call to Prayer

Not only has the coronavirus disrupted lives in China this year, there have also been floods and other disasters that have caused havoc. A northern pastor calls for prayer.

Chinese Church Voices

The 996 Work Culture

A Christian response to the high-paced, relentless work environment of China.

Chinese Church Voices

My Husband Gambles—What Should I Do?

Pastoral advice for helping a spouse with a gambling addiction.

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Living a “Down to Earth” Faith

A common concern for Christians in China is how to live out their faith outside of the church. Pastor Chen Shengfeng advises Christians how to carry themselves winsomely around their non-Christian family and friends.

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Pray for Flood Victims in China

Millions have been affected by severe flooding in southern China. Let's pray with Christians in China that the floods subside and relief reaches those in need.

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Where to Get a Bible in China

Printed and electronic versions are available, but where?

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Be Open

What I Learned through My Church Experiences in China, Wheaton, and the World

I am grateful for these past church experiences. Certainly, my church view will continue to change as I grow, but what remains unchanged is the beauty in God’s church. No matter where I go, I see the passion for Christ and his kingdom in each true believer, and the transparency, vulnerability, and love for one another in the church.