Tag: Sichuan Earthquake 2008

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Chinese Christian Nonprofits and Reshaping Perceptions of Evangelism

Since Chinese Christians see evangelism as their most important mission, the author explores the evolving relationship between nonprofits and evangelism, as well as the significant impact on theology and practice that nonprofits can make.

The Lantern

It Is Indeed a New Era

May news from ChinaSource.

Blog Entries

The Wenchuan Earthquake—10 Years Later

On May 12, 2008, the ground began to shake in Sichuan Province. By the time it stopped, nearly 100,000 people had lost their lives.

Chinese Church Voices

Learning to Love after the Earthquake

On May 12, 2008 a massive earthquake struck the province of Sichuan, leaving close to 100,000 people dead and millions homeless. One woman affected by the tragedy was Liao Zhi, a dance instructor who lost her daughter and mother-in-law, and both her legs. Some rescue workers from Vancouver gave her a Bible, and helped her go to Canada for prosthetic legs. She became a Christian and was able to return to dancing. Her story inspired many people, both believers and unbelievers in China. 

This is a translation of her story in the online magazine Territory, published to their WeChat page. 

View From the Wall

A Good Steward

The Chinese church practiced stewardship of its God-given gifts and abilities in reaching out to those who suffered in the 2008 Sichuan earthquake.

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Family Therapy of Grief in Earthquakes

In the days following the Sichuan earthquake, the need for appropriate grief therapy was evident. The role religion plays in therapy for families dealing with trauma is highlighted in the efforts that were made to aid the victims.

ChinaSource Quarterlies

Families in China

Vol. 10, No. 3

2008 Autumn Issue