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The Lord’s Prayer

At least in the denominational circles that I am a part of, saying the Lord’s Prayer together seems to have fallen by the wayside. I have no idea why, and I have found myself recently wishing that we recited it more.

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Bonhoeffer: An Exemplar for Facing Challenges

A Chinese professor has seen the glory of God in his own life; he will not be able to ignore God when he returns to teach in China. He knows this will introduce him to dilemmas requiring courage. “Will I have the courage?” he wonders.

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Father, Long Before Creation 

Though the world may change its fashion, you will still remain the same; your compassion and your cov'nant through all ages will remain.

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Fatherhood, a Sacred Leadership Calling

Due to mistaken theological understandings regarding ministry and family, the importance of fatherhood is often neglected. The author discusses the role of the father and what it means to be an effective father.

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A Superlative Sabbath

In all our discussions on what to sing or study, when and where to meet and for how long, to have snacks or not, who was to teach—there was never a thought of not meeting.

Chinese Church Voices

More on Thriving in Lockdown

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

Chinese Church Voices

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.

Chinese Church Voices

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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Memories of Celebrating Easter

Happy Easter from ChinaSource!

Chinese Church Voices

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.”