According to online news reports, a total of 433 rivers across the country have been flooded at over warning level since June. 38.73 million people have been affected. Christians should pray for the victims of the disaster.
For Christians, the challenge brought by post-modernism is not only concerning the mind. It is a test for our life. The post-modern culture and thought affect people’s judgment and choices and even forces them to maintain unremitting reason to deal with all aspects of their life.
Brother Tian held the Bible he bought at the church where he walked into in early 2020.
After experienced many difficulties, an old woman became a Christian and rejoiced in the Lord. While she passed away with a regret, her grandson found a way to make up for that: he walked into a church and bought a real Bible.
Recently, the theme song of the Bible Museum in China named The Journey of Bible through the Divine Land was published, praising how God’s love rooted deeply in the hearts and blood of Chinese Christians.
A group of Chinese students reviewing for the national college entrance exams or “gaokao.”
A mother prayed with her son the day before 2020 gaokao on phone. She gently pressed the voice recording key on her phone, telling the son that one day she would collect all the recordings of their prayers, organize them and publish a book. Then she would give it back to him.
After 26 years and nine months in detention, the murder of two young children by Zhang Yuhuan in Jiangxi province has finally come to an end. He was acquitted and his family may be Christian according to a picture of love and a cross on the wall.
Censorship on Christian-themed videos seems to be more strict on increasing numbers of platforms. One Christian live broadcast outlet recently said that one of their programs was canceled and they were denied as a lecturer on Renrenjiang, one of the biggest live broadcast platforms in China.
I was a bit anxious, the dawn before my departure to China. It was the first time I was leaving my home country on my own. My father's advice was still fresh in my mind, while I got dressed. He said: "Try and get a church in the locality to attend but if there isn't any, be ready to start a fellowship with other Christians around."
Sister Li Ying is just an ordinary believer in a church in Northeast China. In her twenty years of firm faith in God, she has held on to the above words and put forth an effort to pursue an understanding and taking in of the Word of God. She flew from Shenyang to Auckland at the end of 2019 to visit her daughter.