Tag: Christians in China

Blog Entries

Honoring Mothers—In China

Mother's Day. A good time to celebrate mothers.

Books

The Registered Church in China

Flourishing in a Challenging Environment

Wayne Ten Harmsel pulls back for Western readers the shroud of mystery surrounding Chinese registered churches. Through interviews with Chinese pastors, evangelists, and lay Christians, he provides a rare view of what it means to live in the shadow of both the government and the well-known house churches.

Blog Entries

Seeing Things Differently

In proposing that we need to get beyond the “persecuted church” narrative, I am not advocating . . . that we leave it behind completely, but rather that we recognize its limits.

Chinese Church Voices

The Impact of the Coronavirus Outbreak on a Christian Official

A Testimony

The coronavirus situation is like a wake-up call. I don’t know when my life will end; I don’t want to squander it any more.

Blog Entries

How Many Christians in China? Preferred Estimates, Part 3

What is your current best estimate of how many Christians there are in China, and how did you arrive at that number?

Chinese Church Voices

Pastoral Advice for Life’s Dilemmas

After dating my boyfriend for a little while, I’ve slowly realized he isn’t my kind of person. But, because we are both members of Christ’s body, I find it too awkward to initiate a breakup.  . .  .What should I do?

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How Many Christians in China? Preferred Estimates, Part 2

What is your current best estimate of how many Christians there are in China, and how did you arrive at that number?

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You Can’t Do That in China!

Except they were. And they still are. 

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How Many Christians in China? Preferred Estimates, Part 1

What is your current best estimate of the number of Christians in China, and how do you arrive at that estimate?

Blog Entries

A Few Unanswered Questions

From the recent webinar, "What Is It Like to Be a Christian in China?"