Tag: Chinese Church

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As Churches Reopen in China (2)

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

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Back in Church in China

While many places in China continue to take precautions against the coronavirus pandemic, churches in some areas are resuming their in-person worship services. The Gospel Times highlights several churches that recently resumed worship services.

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6 Steps to Re-opening

Many churches in China are resuming regular worship services in the wake of COVID-19. What precautions should they take as they open their doors?

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Churches in China Begin Reopening

For the past several months, most churches in China have not been able to hold in-person services due to concerns over COVID-19. However, some churches in China have recently begun to reopen.

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Is Having Insurance an Indication of Unbelief?

A Young Preacher Asks

Many churches in China expect pastors to receive low salaries and compensation because it is the “spiritual” thing to do.

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When You Can’t Gather for Worship

Three-Self Churches Respond to the Coronavirus Crisis

10 Links to Online Sunday Worship Services.

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Where the Church Gathers in Difficult Times

In the ten years between 1966 and 1976, it was difficult for some believers as well as house churches in certain areas to gather. And so they met in some unusual places—caves, cellers, tunnels, forests, and more.

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Clarifying the Boundary between Church and State

Unified with the historic Christ who humbled himself, the church should be humble and suffering in this generation, bearing witness for the gospel. Only such a path is the true path of the cross of the Chinese church.

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The Nature of the Church

"I agree with the principle of separation of church and state. However, this is simply a concept. It is not sufficient to help us face complicated church-state relationships. We must carefully, diligently study the Bible. How is the church to exist in this world?"

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The Boundary between the Church and State

Over the past year, prominent house churches in China were shut down by government authorities stirring up questions about how the church and state in China should interact. How can the church be the church in this environment? Where is the line between the church and the state?