Tag: Christians in China

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Honoring Mothers—In China

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

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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.

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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?

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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?

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A Few Unanswered Questions

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

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In Case You Missed It

“Living as a Christian in China” Webinar Recording Now Available

The “Living as a Christian in China” webinar recording is now available.

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Webinar: What Is It Like to Be a Christian in China?

A New Offering from the ChinaSource Institute

Learn about the historical, social, and political context of Christians in China, as well as the external and internal challenges they are facing today. 

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Holding Up Half the Church

The challenges faced by women in the church in China today.