Articles by "Josiah Li"
The hymn My Life Doesn't Belong to Me has been popular among Christians in China's three northeastern provinces.
Five children of pastors/preachers share what they want to say to their fathers: expressing the pride of being a child of a pastor, the gratitude of having a godly father, a review of their warming moments, or the love to fathers.
The church's history can be traced back to 1917 when the United Presbyterian Church of North America built it.
The song is an epitome of a faith journey of Li Daijie who left God during his rebellious years but returned to God.
In the recent years, the churches across China provide specific services for students who sit gaokao, China's national college entrance exam, like offering prayer, consulting, and psychological counseling.
Harbin Nangang Church visited more than 200 children with cerebral palsy in a local rehabilitation center.
"Now Christians meet great challenges in their life. People hardly quiet down and spend time with God," said Rev. Ren Xia from the church.
Beijing Yanqing Church held the third "Bible Reading Week" campaign that helped believers read through the Bible.
The church in Yongshun County, Xiangxi Tujia and Miao Autonomous Prefecture, Hunan, took back its estate - Gospel Church, a historical and cultural site protected at the county level.
After three years' efforts, the Beijing-based Yanjing Theological Seminary has completed its audio recording project for the supplement of the Chinese New Hymnal, a publication that contains 200 songs.