Tag: Church Music

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Worship in the Mountains of Yunnan

A Video

Singing hymns and the testimony of a church leader. 

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Audio Now Available for Chinese New Hymnal

The Yanjing Theological Seminary student choir singing the hymns of the New Hymnal—a resource for churches in China.

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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.

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A Gospel Choir in China, Part 1

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

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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.

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A Chinese Worship Song

"Lord, Give Me a Vision"

In March of 2014, over a thousand Christians from all over China attended the Grace to the City Convention held at Queen Elizabeth Stadium in Hong Kong. For two and a half days they listened to teaching by Tim Keller, as well as from urban house church leaders from various cities around China.

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Songs by Xiao Cao

One thing that has been historically lacking in the Chinese church is a corpus of indigenous worship music. In the past few years, however, some musicians have begun to compose and produce music for the church. These new songs are slowly gaining popularity.

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Obedience to God and Obedience to Man

This sermon was delivered at the Beijing Gangwashi Christian Church on May 22, 2011. Gangwashi Church is one of largest Three-Self Churches in Beijing. Established in 1863 by the London Missionary Society, it is also the oldest Protestant Church in the city.