Articles by "Yi Yang"

Chinese Pastors, Believers Mourn Death of Former Foreign Teacher of China’s National Theological Seminary

Recently several Chinese pastors and believers expressed their sorrow for a former foreign teacher of China's national theological seminary who died at the age of 79.

New Church Dedicated in Yunnan Religious County

A new church was dedicated in Pu'er, China's southeastern Yunnan Province.

"They Need More Care and Recognition" - Kunming Christians Talk about Leprosy Survivors

In this era of continuous development and progress in society, leprosy has become history. Only a few people know the existence of leprosy patients and occasionally visit them.

[Interview] Former Chinese Church Leader Shares Two Challenges: Constructing Chinese Theology and Having Chinese Christian Orientation

The former registered church leader Elder Ji Jianhong talked about challenges facing the Chinese church.

Professor Gives Lecture on Bible Translation in China

Shandong Theology Academy Held A Lecture On "The Eight Major Events Of Bible Translation In China And Bible Sinicization"

CCC Vice-President Raises Three Solutions to Challenges Facing Chinese Church

To tackle the aging issue and pastoring difficulties, Rev. Shan Weixiang gave three solutions.

CCC General Secretary: Don’t Focus on the Number of Chinese Christians, But Work to Build Healthy Churches

Rev. Kan Baoping responded that the church in mainland China had grown in the past decades, partly representing in the rise in the number of Christians, according to the CCC & the TSPM.

Guangzhou CCC & TSPM Hold Symposium on Sinicization of Christianity

According to the Guangzhou CCC&TSPM, the symposium entitled "The Historical Progress and Local Practice of Sicinization of Christianity" was held in Guangzhou on November 9-10, 2018.

The "Cross" Exhibition Hall

An exhibition hall that collects various kinds of crosses was unveiled in Jiangsu Theological Seminary.

[Follow-Up] Pastor Says Number of Chinese Christians Is Inflated

A pastor said that the often reported number of Chinese Christians was higher than the real figure.