Last Sunday, Dalian Fengshou Lu Church held three onsite services. Dalian Jinzhou Hall and Spring Hall also resumed the gatherings. In the next Sunday, churches in districts and in counties would also resume gathering one after another.
Good and evil were combined within the person of Jacob. Genesis Chapter 32 was a turning point in Jacob's spiritual journey. He prayed to God when he was about to face Esau who wanted to kill him 20 years ago.
A Duo, a Christian singer who has been away from the stage for several years, has returned to visibility with a Chinese secular popular show. It is said that she had followed Jesus for six years by that year 2016 and was baptized in 2011. She witnesses that Jesus saved her from her meaningless life.
Shandong Theological Seminary held a teaching and evaluation workshop to promote teaching reform. Topics included the syllabus, teaching objectives, teaching content, teaching methods, teaching requirements, lesson design, and other aspects.
Richard Hays, an American New Testament scholar said in his lecture that Christians should welcome strangers in a time of pandemic. As the COVID-19 pandemic has become global, Christians need to practice the Christian custom of hospitality.
As Christians, we may also face a similar dilemma. What are our choices when faced with the bullying of vulnerable groups, or when it comes to an unfair environment to the others? Do you let your selfish desires swell or stick to the bottom line of faith and social morality?
If God wants us to be married, He will lead our footsteps.
There are many differences between the workplace and the church. Some Christians often feel that it is difficult to keep their faith in the workplace, and they do not know what to do when they meet the conflict between their faith and work. They are often worried that they would lose their jobs if they stick to their faith. Or vice verse. How to deal with the conflict between work and faith? We interviewed four working brothers and sisters to share their thoughts on these issues.