Tag: Wuhan

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76 Days

A Film Review

Director Wu Hao takes his audience to Wuhan to experience what it was like to be a doctor or nurse in a hospital there, or to be a patient in one of the wards.

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Living Incarnationally—Inside the Wall

Hearing from three individuals who experienced lockdown life in China—including in Wuhan—with their co-workers, friends, and neighbors.

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Books for Wuhan

Boxes of Christian books sent to Wuhan and Hubei province for Christmas continue to make an impact during the coronavirus outbreak. 

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Living in Isolation

Life in a Chinese city during the coronavirus crisis.

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Wuhan and Psalm 31

Blessed be the LORD, for he has wondrously shown his steadfast love to me when I was in a besieged city. Psalm 31: 21

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Waiting, Praying in His Embrace

It is a time to wait on the Holy Spirit as we seek him in the name of our Savior and by the power of his word, to inform, guide, strengthen, and sustain his “called out ones” and to pray for healing and protection for those who have been afflicted or are vulnerable.

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Serving Effectively in the Face of a Pandemic

How do we remain a strong light if indeed the darkness looms in the form of disease?

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Wuhan!

My first visit to Wuhan was in January of 1984. I was travelling with a group of 17 teachers on a boat trip down the Yangtze River from Chongqing to Wuhan. We disembarked in Wuhan three days before Spring Festival, and set out to acquire 17 train tickets to Guangzhou. Let’s just say it wasn’t pretty.