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On September 1, 2020, the Brothers' Fellowship of Qingyang Church in Jinjiang, Fujian, held a Bible study. On September 1, 2020, the Brothers' Fellowship of Qingyang Church in Jinjiang, Fujian, held a Bible study.

Fujian Brothers' Fellowships Rise as Church Being Despised for Few Men

Qingyang Church wished to establish a fellowship of brothers who would be given responsibilities to provide memorial services. In this way, the community would see that the Church had not only females but also males.
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Ding Limei, Pioneer Evangelist in Chinese Church

Praised as “The Moody of China”, Ding Limei led many students and young intellectuals to Christ as one of the earliest Chinese evangelization pionners.
The young Christians in the worship service. The young Christians in the worship service.

Interview with Gen Z Pastor: Be Your True Self in Serving God

A Generation Z pastor is studying at a seminary and serving in a church on weekends and on holidays. He shares that pastors who face great pressure should show their new selves and need mental support.
Shenyang Liaozhong Christian church held the first online communion service on May 17, 2020. Shenyang Liaozhong Christian church held the first online communion service on May 17, 2020.

Survey: Online, In-person Church Services Complement Each Other

Ninety-seven percent of all participants responded that they regularly attended online worship and listened to sermons or accepted other forms of online services.
On April 10, Qingyang Church in Jinjiang City of Fujian Province held an online communion service on Good Friday. On April 10, Qingyang Church in Jinjiang City of Fujian Province held an online communion service on Good Friday.

Online Church Services Face More Restrictions

Last Saturday, an online live-streamed house fellowship was suddenly ended. The participants belonging to a campus fellowship in China’s eastern-coastal Jiangsu Province were forced to quit on Tencent Meeting, a popular video conferencing service in China similar to Zoom.
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