I remember when the Internet sprung up, some Christians defined Christian websites as \"online churches\". Similarly, the cloud gatherings due to the coronavirus crisis is also named as \"online churches\".
The Internet realm was jammed with news of the death of the Wuhan doctor Li Wenliang, and the whole network was filled with a strong feeling of sadness. However, in the Christian online community, there is a different picture. Many Christian WeChat groups are retweeting a message that Dr. Li Wenliang was a \"Christian\", like Luke in the Bible.
A Bible group of the students in Heilongjiang Theological Seminary read the Bible this month.
Pastor Y, who has decades of ministry experience, pointed out and reminded his audience that in global missions, Chinese Christians must not walk on the old path of the Western countries in order to avoid the mistakes of imperial chauvinism and a conquering attitude.
The summer Bible study for the pastoral staff, deacons, and volunteers of the church in Quan’gang District, Quanzhou, Fujian, was held in Meilin Church in May 2019.
A marriage and family online platform called Fulian interviewed relationship experts, lawyers and pastors on an in-depth discussion about the phenomenon of divorce wave due to COVID-19 and reflections on the deep-rooted problems in marriage.
A reflection on lessons learned from the deeds of the cult group Shincheonji: this incident tells us that Christianity should be in tension with the world, but this tension should not undermine the existing social order.
The Internet realm was jammed with news of the death of the Wuhan doctor Li Wenliang, and the whole network was filled with a strong feeling of sadness. However, in the Christian online community, there is a different picture. Many Christian WeChat groups are retweeting a message that Dr. Li Wenliang was a "Christian", like Luke in the Bible.
On March 9, 2019, in Anqing, Anhui Province, believers from the city and Haikou county led by Pastor Zheng Yuguo, members of the Timothy fellowships, and volunteers visited Anqing's Zhengsheng Love and Care Service Centre to plant trees.
Samsung is reportedly doing everything to regain the trust and loyalty of their consumers after the controversial explosion of several Galaxy Note 7 devices by releasing the infamous device's successor, the Galaxy Note 8.