Tag: AIDS

Blog Entries

In the HIV Medical System

Having finally gotten into the medical system and now on their way toward treatment, Beth and her family journeyed further into the shame, ignorance, and difficulties hiding those living with HIV in China.

Blog Entries

Living with HIV in China

Our journey toward treatment and care for our daughter took us under China’s HIV veil.

Blog Entries

Finding the One

As we looked at the waitlist and scrolled among the most minuscule of probabilities, we found our precious hidden gem.

Blog Entries

Deciding to Adopt a Child with Special Needs

In that providential moment God spoke to me and my husband; we knew we had our answer. He was calling us to adopt a child with HIV.

Peoples of China

A Call to True Worship

HIV/AIDS is devastating many Chinese families. The government response is improving but limited. What can the church do?

ChinaSource Quarterlies

Children at Risk

Vol. 8, No. 2

2006 Summer Issue

Supporting Article

Children, AIDS and the Church

Children in China are being affected by HIV/AIDS. Their numbers are increasing and the effects are devastating. What is being done to help these children?

Supporting Article

Hope for HIV/AIDS in China

The effect of HIV/AIDS is increasing and is expected to affect 5% of the Chinese population in the next 20 years. What is being done to address the medical issues and the social stigma of this devastating disease? What have Christians dealing with HIV/AIDS in Africa learned that can be applied to the situation in China?

Editorials

Unto the Least of These

For Xue Yunhao, a farmer and father of two in Shaanxi Province, repaying a government loan of 20,000 RMB was proving to be an insurmountable obstacle. Faced with medical expenses for his mother’s extended illness plus injuries he had sustained in an automobile accident, Xue fell hopelessly behind in his payments and ended up spending […]