Church and Society

Chinese Church Voices

A T-Shirt Witness in China

Christians in China are not always as hidden as you might think. A Christian volunteer group in northern China is out serving the public wearing t-shirts that read, “Jesus Loves You.” How is such a thing possible in China today?

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The Church in China

Making a Difference in Society

The author discusses five key ways in which TSPM churches are having a positive and eternal impact on Chinese society. Although controlled by the government, these churches continue to faithfully serve their Savior knowing that, ultimately, Jesus controls everything

Chinese Church Voices

A Generation of Digital Nomads (2)

Chinese youth are living in a world drastically different from a generation ago. What motivates young Chinese adults? What challenges are they facing? How should the church respond?

Chinese Church Voices

A Generation of Digital Nomads (1)

Chinese youth are living in a world drastically different from a generation ago. What motivates young Chinese adults? What challenges are they facing? How should the church respond?

Blog Entries

COVID-19: The Response of Faith

What repercussions will COVID-19 have on the church in China? Will we look back at the infectious spread of the gospel during this time? The same questions apply to the rest of the world. How is the church handling the development of the coronavirus as it spreads?

Chinese Church Voices

Wuhan Pastor: Pray with Us

A letter to Christians from a pastor in Wuhan. 

Blog Entries

3 Ways Christians in China Can Support Blind People

The challenges blind people face in China and how Christians can help.

Blog Entries

Threescore and Ten Years

A Special October 1st National Day

China has a lot to celebrate as a nation looking back at its 70-year history; during these years, what has happened with the church in China?

Chinese Church Voices

A Celebrity Divorce Prompts Thoughts on Marriage

The impending divorce of Korean film stars, Song Joong-ki and Song Hye-kyo, causes a Chinese believer to reflect on marriage and love.

Chinese Church Voices

Left-behind Children and the Rural Church

As China develops and urbanization accelerates, so does the number of Christians flowing out of the countryside. This has left many rural churches with shrinking numbers and aging congregations.