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Afghanistan and China

The American withdrawal from Afghanistan, followed by the chaos and tragedy surrounding the evacuation of American citizens and of numerous Afghan people from Kabul airport, was viewed around the world. As the world watched this somewhat shameful event, an obvious question arises: how will these events impact China? Opinions differ widely: Some are positive in […]

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Mainland Chinese Studying Overseas

ChinaSource wrote recently, stressing the importance of reaching with the Gospel the many Chinese students and scholars who are studying outside of China. ChinaSource listed several reasons why such Gospel work is so strategic. More students travel from China to study abroad than from any other country. "Every year, several hundred thousand Chinese people leave […]

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The Three Phases Of The Modern Church In China

Chen Jing, writing in ChinaSource, analysed the history of the Chinese church over the last 40 years in an article entitled “The Chinese Church In Transition”. Chen summarised: “In my view, from the end of the Cultural Revolution in 1976 to the present, the development of the Chinese church (primarily the house church) has gone […]

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The Chinese Church and Heresies

Recent pressures faced by our Christian brothers and sisters in China are clear. 2020 saw the closing of churches because of the Covid-19 pandemic. Some churches are now beginning to reopen. At the same time increasing reduction of freedom of religion in China from government sources, including the demands to conform to Marxist doctrine in […]

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China’s Falling Birth Rate

For many years, China insisted on a one child per family policy. In 2016 that policy was reversed; families in China were allowed to have two children. It was in some ways an implicit admission of the problems created by the one child policy. It now seems that the decision was too little and too […]

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China And Poverty

The BBC’s “Reality Check” team looked at Chinese President Xi Jinping’s claim that his country has reached an ambitious goal set when he assumed office in 2012. China’s leadership now declares “total victory” over extreme poverty. On February 25th, Xi spoke of a “complete victory” declaring that China had “generated another earthly miracle that will […]

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China’s Economic Paradox

Recently a vlogger in China lectured online about China’s national push for technological self-reliance. As he did that, comments flashed on the screen. They were full of praise for China’s progress under the Communist government. “Our motherland’s five-year plan is so awesome!” But then the vlogger talked about issues like rising house prices. When he […]

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The Value Of A Life

A number of years ago in China I was invited by a senior house church leader to visit his home in order to pray with him for his new-born child. During that visit, I was astonished at a comment that his wife, the new mother, made to me. She said that she had had several […]

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New Religious Laws Proposed in China

The Ministry of Justice, China recently posted a 31 article document about laws that will govern what foreigners who are Christians can and cannot do in China. The document was posted for comments, meaning it is not final yet.

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A New Year & A New Day In China Ministry

The events of 2020, so unexpected and so severe, have raised questions concerning the nature of ministry into China  in 2021 for those living outside of China. Obviously there are differences of approach for ethnic Chinese and non-Chinese, but the issues in different ways are real for both. Daniel Dakota, who remained in China during […]

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Afghanistan and China

September 1, 2021
The American withdrawal from Afghanistan, followed by the chaos and tragedy surrounding the evacuation of American citizens and of numerous Afghan people from Kabul airport, was viewed around the world. As the world watched this somewhat shameful event, an obvious question arises: how will these events impact China? Opinions differ widely: Some are positive in […]
Read More

Mainland Chinese Studying Overseas

August 2, 2021
ChinaSource wrote recently, stressing the importance of reaching with the Gospel the many Chinese students and scholars who are studying outside of China. ChinaSource listed several reasons why such Gospel work is so strategic. More students travel from China to study abroad than from any other country. "Every year, several hundred thousand Chinese people leave […]
Read More

The Three Phases Of The Modern Church In China

July 1, 2021
Chen Jing, writing in ChinaSource, analysed the history of the Chinese church over the last 40 years in an article entitled “The Chinese Church In Transition”. Chen summarised: “In my view, from the end of the Cultural Revolution in 1976 to the present, the development of the Chinese church (primarily the house church) has gone […]
Read More

The Chinese Church and Heresies

May 31, 2021
Recent pressures faced by our Christian brothers and sisters in China are clear. 2020 saw the closing of churches because of the Covid-19 pandemic. Some churches are now beginning to reopen. At the same time increasing reduction of freedom of religion in China from government sources, including the demands to conform to Marxist doctrine in […]
Read More

China’s Falling Birth Rate

May 1, 2021
For many years, China insisted on a one child per family policy. In 2016 that policy was reversed; families in China were allowed to have two children. It was in some ways an implicit admission of the problems created by the one child policy. It now seems that the decision was too little and too […]
Read More

China And Poverty

April 1, 2021
The BBC’s “Reality Check” team looked at Chinese President Xi Jinping’s claim that his country has reached an ambitious goal set when he assumed office in 2012. China’s leadership now declares “total victory” over extreme poverty. On February 25th, Xi spoke of a “complete victory” declaring that China had “generated another earthly miracle that will […]
Read More

China’s Economic Paradox

March 1, 2021
Recently a vlogger in China lectured online about China’s national push for technological self-reliance. As he did that, comments flashed on the screen. They were full of praise for China’s progress under the Communist government. “Our motherland’s five-year plan is so awesome!” But then the vlogger talked about issues like rising house prices. When he […]
Read More

The Value Of A Life

February 1, 2021
A number of years ago in China I was invited by a senior house church leader to visit his home in order to pray with him for his new-born child. During that visit, I was astonished at a comment that his wife, the new mother, made to me. She said that she had had several […]
Read More

New Religious Laws Proposed in China

January 2, 2021
The Ministry of Justice, China recently posted a 31 article document about laws that will govern what foreigners who are Christians can and cannot do in China. The document was posted for comments, meaning it is not final yet.
Read More

A New Year & A New Day In China Ministry

November 24, 2020
The events of 2020, so unexpected and so severe, have raised questions concerning the nature of ministry into China  in 2021 for those living outside of China. Obviously there are differences of approach for ethnic Chinese and non-Chinese, but the issues in different ways are real for both. Daniel Dakota, who remained in China during […]
Read More
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