Christianity in China
The author recounts personal stories showing how much things have changed in China since 2015, as evidenced by the CCP's increased control, repression, and persecution.
In this issue, we are offered thoughtful articles which provide us with rich draughts of wisdom and experience. We will be drawing from this deep well for some time to come.
Responding to “When the 'Golden Age' Is Over”
An experienced cross-cultural worker discusses the issue of Christian denominations in China, in light of questions raised in the recent post, “When the Golden Age Is Over.” He argues that denominations can help churches unify and work together to further the spread of the gospel throughout China.
Protestant Churches in China After 1979
Join us in-person or online on November 13 for the autumn lecture given by Richard Cook and hosted by ERRChina.
ChinaSource is thrilled to partner with Christianity Today (CT) to help inform global Christians about the church in China and tell the stories of God’s faithfulness to his people. Learn more in this “3 Questions” video interview with CT’s Asia editor.
ChinaSource is pleased to partner with Christianity Today (CT) to help inform global Christians about the church in China and tell the stories of God’s faithfulness to his people. Joann Pittman recently connected with Song (Sean) Cheng, Christianity Today’s Asia editor to learn more about how and why CT is covering China and to learn of some of the unique initiatives that he is involved with.
The recording of this recent lecture is now available along with additional resources.
Geographical Patterns of Church Development
When thinking about missions, we don’t always consider geography, yet the five official religions in China are very geographically concentrated. Dr Fenggang Yang will discuss this in detail in an upcoming lecture.