Articles by "Karen Luo"

Brief Overview of Seminary Students in China

There are 23 registered Protestant seminaries in mainland China, which undertakes the task of cultivating the country's future workers of God.

China’s Five Major Religious Bodies Propose to Display National Flag in Places of Worship

On July 31, 2018, China's five major religious groups jointly issued a proposal calling for religious premises to raise the national flag, according to the WeChat account of the United Front Work Department of the CCP.

Role of Pastor in China's Box-office Hit Sparks Controversial Debates among Christians

The black comedy ignited debates among Chinese Christians because of the supporting actor of "Pastor Liu".

New Church Dedicated in Xinjiang

On July 19, 2018, a new church was dedicated in Urumqi, Xinjiang's capital, marked as the first reconstruction church in the city.

How Are Depressed Christians Treated in Chinese Church?

For too long, Chinese Christians have been reluctant to admit that they suffer from depression because having mental illness is regarded as a sign of a lack of faith.

Rev. Shen Yiping, Founding Elder of China Gospel Fellowship, Dies at 71

On July 14, 2018, Rev. Shen Yiping, the second leader and one of the founding elders of China Gospel Fellowship,died of cerebral infarction at the age of 71, according to the WeChat account of "Spiritual bread on the pilgrimage".

How to Shepherd Our Rising Millennials?

There is also "a cliff-like drop" in the church's post-90s generation number, in comparison with previous generations, then how should the church tackle the difficult ministry challenge?

Christian Memorial Service Held for Boy Killed in Shanghai Knife Attack

On July 5, 2018, a memorial service was held in Shanghai to commemorate a boy killed in an attack outside an elementary school.

[Feature] Communist China Recognizes and Praises Contributions of Foreign Missionaries in Nanjing Massacre

Nanjing, a city that has served as the capital of six Chinese dynasties, saw various turmoil, famines, and slaughters in dynasty alternation, but the massacre in 1937 was unprecedented.

[Feature] God Still Reigns: Testimonies of Urban Christians in China

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.