Articles by "Karen Luo"
Unlike the last generation Christians who often suffered political pressure and poverty, today's urban Christians in China are in a new battlefield and live out faith in new ways.
On May 30, 2018, a group of young students from Azusa Pacific University, United States, visited CCC&TSPM.
a delegation including Rev. Stanley Ntagali, archbishop of Ugandan Anglican church, met Wang Zuoan, director of State Administration for Religious Affairs (SARA),and CCC&TSPM.
As Paige Patterson's resignation reflects domestic violence in the U.S. church, the Chinese church also meets the issue and tackles it under the context of Chinese morality and ethics.
Dale Cuckow, the fellowship's senior pastor, delivered a sermon titled "When You Become Queen (or King)", citing the story of Daniel.
On the past four Sundays, Beijing Chongwenmen Church held traditional weekly bazaars to help poor students.
The "poor preachers" phenomenon appears more frequently in the countryside. It is more evident in some places such as Henan, Hebei, Anhui, Hunan, and Shaanxi, and some preachers struggle to survive.
Mrs. Gunya Na Thlang, the Asian director of International Lutheran Laymen's League (Int'l LLL), visit CCC&TSPM and the church in Inner Mongolia.
A four-person delegation of New York Theological Education Center (NYTEC) paid a visit to the church in Jiangsu from May 10 to 13, 2018.
Love is the greatest commandment in biblical teachings.