During the Chinese New Year, famous landmark churches were crowded with tourists in some places, which can serve an opportunity to reach non-Christians.
The Chinese Spring Festival holiday is drawing to a close. Here are the seven Christians’ holiday lives.
As the largest annual migration in the world is ongoing, a large percentage of the church in China has suspended services and many migrant workers stop attending church in their hometowns during the Chinese New Year.
Misunderstood to be a "mental patient," a man suffered greatly both in body and mind and had to take medicine for recovery, but he has been recovering through compassion of a sister.
Some trials and tribulations serve as blessings in disguise and lead us back to our Christian faith and love for God.
A girl who was once lost found God and got back on the right track.
During the Chinese People's War of Resistance Against Japanese Aggression, many fighters sang Yue Fei's "Full River Red" when they launched the national salvation movement and went to the battlefield. The composer of this song is Yang Yinliu, the founder of Chinese ethnomusicology.
Unlike young people, the elderly are not good at using electronic devices to reserve seats for services. A consequence is that they disappeared from the church after reopening.
The over two years of COVID-19 changed the churches much, especially causing the loss of believers. The following is why believers left their churches.
Once lost in his early years, Zhong forgave his abusive father, became devoted to a young choir, and married with a Christian woman after becoming a Christian.