Tag: Church Music

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Glory to God All the Earth

Songs of the St. Louis Jesuits in Chinese

Worship music in Chinese to strengthen and encourage your soul.

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From the Archives: A Series Roundup

In case you are new to the ChinaSource Blog or just missed these the first time around, here are a few of our recent series.

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A Song for the Year

As we get ready to start a new year, listen to this song in German or English so you can understand its message. Then, even if you do not understand Chinese, listen to the Chinese version. Listen as Chinese Christians sing about their faith and trust in God who will be with them at night, in the morning and on every future day.

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

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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.

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Praise You with My Everything

A final song from Stream of Praise—one that will stick with you all day! 

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Lord, I Love You

A simple and catchy tune, as well as the repetitive nature of the lyrics, makes this Canaan Hymn easy to learn.

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5 O’clock in the Morning in China

The Canaan Hymns, written by a young woman from the countryside, sung by Chinese Christians around the world.

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Fair Name of Jesus

A hymn to the tune of a popular Chinese tradtional folk song—茉莉花, "Jasmine Flower."

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My Heart Looks in Faith

Praising Jesus to the tune of a Yangtze boatmen's song.