“A church or a denomination cannot win a city. It needs the cooperation of all denominations and churches in a city to win the city. The whole city is booming. Changing a city requires evangelical movements.”
A cross-cultural missionary serving in Africa shared his perspective on how the gospel can bring reconciliation and healing to all peoples of the world.
The Stream of Praise Music Ministries will host a four-day worship tour in Hong Kong until January 1, 2024.
Faced with such pastoral challenges, Sha Mai did not succumb to a sense of helplessness. Instead, he seeks to compensate for his limitations through diligent learning and concludes that the crux of resolving any predicament lies in comprehending and imparting the essence of the gospel.
A pastor says if Christians kneel to show respect and filial piety for their deceased loved ones during a funeral, it does not mean they are doing idol worship.
For over two decades, a female believer named Ren Nai (pseudonym) endured persecution from her husband due to her faith. However, because of her unwavering commitment and continuous prayers, her husband eventually came into contact with faith and became a better husband.
A deaf pastor surnamed Tang founded a sign language church to help the deaf community which remains isolated from society to such an extent that even close family members struggle to understand their thoughts.
Having experienced personal healing and the passing of his grandfather, a male believer became firmly convinced of the reality of God and the soul.
The latest album "Revive Our Worship" by Stream of Praise (SOP) Music Ministries was officially released on June 20th, marking the team's 28th album.
A minister who has served the Lord for 20 years once faced financial difficulties and needed help from others, so he tries his best to help other indigent ministers.