In a church in eastern China, the elderly members who join ministries outnumber the younger generation. It claims, "If the church can systematically plan senior believers' training programs, it will continuously attract human resources in ministries unprecedentedly. With such fresh human resources, the church can expand old ministries and develop new ones."
On Pentecost, a Chinese pastor preached about self-control, which is the ninth fruit of the Holy Spirit.
Three grassroots pastors in North China express different emotions, but behind this sad or anxious mood is actually the realistic and complicated situation that the grassroots church is experiencing.
On Ascension Day, the Christian Church in Yaodu District, Linfen, Shanxi held a worship service with a sermon on a special topic.
The third Sunday of May every year is the National Day for Helping the Disabled. On May 12, the Christian Church of Yaodu District in Linfen, Shanxi Province, invited three fellow workers of the Disabled Fellowship for an online interview with the theme of Join Hands for the Spiritual Journey.
This is a middle-aged brother's record of his mother's healing experience and personal journey. Moved by his mother's joy and simple faith in the Lord, a brother was also more deeply aware of the grace and blessings that come from God in the suffering.
As group gatherings have become normal under the epidemic in recent years, the qualities of group leaders become a concern of many believers. A group leader who has studied theology and is spiritually mature can help the lay believers break through the bottleneck in faith; otherwise, he may cause him to stumble.
A church in north China's Shanxi Province hosted a live television interview about offering. Four pastoral co-workers focused on the theme of "Blessing and Offering".