“Is Christianity still growing in China, or has it begun to decline or even shrink?” Recent Pew research shows that Christianity seems to stagnate since 2010, as a result, Chinese churches can continue urban church planting to maintain revival and vitality.
"Asian churches today must reevaluate their understanding of culture. They should no longer be confined to the modern Western, white, male-dominated paradigm but rather recognize the characteristics of postmodernism and rejuvenate popular culture. It is equally important to explore Eastern perspectives in the postmodern era and manifest the essence of the gospel through Asian culture," urged a Korean missional church expert.
Since the 1990s, European and American churches have deeply reflected on the traditional development models of churches. On this basis, missional churches spring up. The trend has gradually spread to Asian countries such as South Korea and Singapore.
Commemorative Service for the Korean Edition Publication of The History of Christianity in China in Seoul
The commemorative service for the publication of the Korean version of The History of Christianity in China was held in Seoul on August 24.
Over the past half-century, Pastor Gim has remained steadfast in his commitment to the Community model, which he considers the cornerstone of Christianity's growth. To him, its preservation is paramount for a promising future.
Theologian: Further Transformation Path of Chinese Church Based on the Latest Developing Trend of Global Churches
A Chinese theologian states that the new church movement and missional churches in Britain and the United States in recent years can provide a good idea for the development of the current church in China, and at the same time, it provides a good opportunity to reflect on the essence of the Christian faith.
A number of pastors in China, especially those in the young adult ministry, took great interest in the Asbury Revival. Three Chinese pastors and prayer ministry worker shares their insights into the recent revival.
Looking back and summarizing the past three years, great and far-reaching changes have taken place in many aspects of churches in China, especially in 2022, many churches in China have shown ten new trends.
Many have expectations for spiritual revival, but they believe it has requirements, such as prayer, repentance and holy living. But either way, the revival requires the crowd.
Panel: Three IT Technicians Discuss How Churches Should Respond to Online Challenges Under the Administrative Measures for Internet Religious Information Services
Three Christian professionals who have been engaged in IT technology for many years had a technical dialogue and explained their understanding of some terms in the Administrative Measures for Internet Religious Information Services. They gave suggestions on how the churches should be responded to the Measures.