Tag: Christian Music

Blog Entries

The Blessing—China

Wherever you are in this summer of pandemic, may the Lord make his face to shine upon you.

Blog Entries

Silent Night

Wishing you a blessed Christmas from ChinaSource!

ChinaSource Quarterlies

A Song in the Night

Chinese Christian Art as Sower, Sustainer, and Disseminator of a Faith Immured
Vol. 21, No. 4

Winter 2019

Supporting Article

Singing from Underground to the World

Listening to the Music of Contemporary Chinese Christianity

This article looks at the development of Chinese hymns and spiritual songs, along with some examples, during recent periods of Chinese history. These provide insight into the hearts of Chinese Christians during both the difficult days and today’s contemporary church.

Supporting Article

When Will “Messiah” Return . . . to Beijing?

In 2001, Handel’s Messiah was performed in Beijing’s Forbidden City conducted by Timothy Su Wenxing (苏文星 ), a Christian. When he took the podium, he displayed a public manifestation of faith seldom seen in the PRC. When will Handel’s Messiah again be performed in China?

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Chinese Church Music

Holy, Holy, Holy

The first in a new series on church music in China.

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Chinese Worship Music

What is the church in China singing and who is writing their worship music?

Chinese Church Voices

A Gospel Choir in China, Part 2

Last week we posted the first part of an article from Territory about the Baoti Cornerstone Choir. The first part of the article interviewed the choir’s director, Huang Bo about his conversion to Christianity and subsequent call to start a gospel choir in Xiamen. This week in part two we see how Huang has led members of the team to grow both in their performance skills and in their faith.

Chinese Church Voices

A Gospel Choir in China, Part 1

An interview with Huang Bo and members of the Baoti Cornerstone Choir.

Chinese Church Voices

A Praise Song

"Listen Quietly"

One of the more popular praise and worship songs in the Chinese church is “Qing Qing Ting,” or “Listen Quietly.” Based on Psalm 23, the song reminds us to listen quietly to the voice of our Good Shepherd.