“Most Christians in the workplace have no sense of kingdom purpose. Most Christians don’t know why they work,” said Andy Mills, co-chairman of the Grace & Mercy Foundation.
The Second Impact Asia Alliance Summit Concludes in Indonesia, Calling for Churches' to Impact the World
More than 350 church and Christian leaders and scholars from nine countries gathered in Indonesia to attend the second Impact Asia Alliance Summit, encouraging Christians to influence the world through their witnesses in different fields.
Wheaton College President Dr. Philip Ryken Encourages Christians in Asia to Practice Submissions in Relationships
Wheaton College President Dr. Philip Ryken encouraged Christians in Asia to commit to Christ's lordship in three relationships, as Jesus has dominion over every area of our lives.
There is not much evidence that Christian growth continued in China after 2010, according to the Pew Research Center.
The megachurch pastor David Platt prayed four specific prayers over leaders of the church in Asia to trust Christ's soverignity and spread his glory during the Jakarta 2023 Global Convention on Christian Faith.
The Jakarta 2023 Global Convention on Christian Faith was held in person in Jakarta, Indonesia, featuring the theme "The Eschatological Reign of Christ Over All Nations”. Stephen Tong and other world Christian leaders spoke at the convention.
Like Hudson Taylor and other western missionaries to China, the man "born for China", learns Chinese, lives, and befriends the locals to win them for Christ. In an exclusive interview with China Christian Daily in August, Pastor Balcombe shared his recent insights about churches in China, Pentecostalism, overseas Chinese churches, and the global church.
Around 1,700 young people across Asia and the Middle East gathered together in Bangkok, Thailand, to attend Arise Asia 2023.
Japanese Christians gathered in Tokyo to mourn the Chinese and Korean victims who were killed after the 1923 Great Kanto Earthquake.
Interview With American Scholar of Religion Naomi Thurston: Studying the Diversity of Christianity in China
Naomi Thurston, assistant professor of the Divinity School of Chung Chi College/Cultural and Religious Studies, The Chinese University of Hong Kong and director of the China Christianity Studies Group (CCSG), talks about the diverse studies of Christianity in China, the related emerging academic field, and the sinicization of Christianity in an exclusive interview with China Christian Daily.