Tag: Thanksgiving

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Remembering My First Thanksgiving in China

Isn’t that like God? To take something small and insignificant and use it. And so it will be for you. This year you may need to be reminded, not of an American holiday, but of China and people you no longer get to live and serve with.

Chinese Church Voices

Giving Thanks in a Difficult Season

We thank him, not because of the blessings we receive from him, but because of who he is at all times.

Chinese Church Voices

Giving Thanks in a Shaanxi Church

As people in America were celebrating Thanksgiving last week, a church in Shaanxi province held its 14th annual Thanksgiving service. China Christian Daily tells how they celebrated.

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Celebrating a Different Thanksgiving

I thought about those Thanksgivings this year as we contemplate the prospect of a very different Thanksgiving. Covid-19 might prevent us from having the usual gatherings of family or friends; the food may be different. Maybe this is the year to stop and tell a few people that we are thankful for them. And to thank God for them.

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Unwrap the Gift

A Thanksgiving letter.

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In Everything Give Thanks

The cultural pitfalls of saying thank you.

Chinese Church Voices

Giving Thanks in China

As Americans observe Thanksgiving this week, Christians in northeast China already took the opportunity last month to give thanks.

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Whom Do You Thank?

“We’re supposed to say thank you on this holiday?” says a puzzled student. “Whom do you thank, Teacher?” I would love to tell you. 

Chinese Church Voices

Lahu Christians Celebrate Thanksgiving

In Pictures

Thanksgiving is just around the corner for Americans, but for one minority tribe in China—the Christians of the Lahu people in Yunnan province—Thanksgiving came when with the harvest of their first fall crops.