The Chinese government official was telling me about how he had experienced changes during his career in the government’s policies dealing with religious groups. When he was first studying for government service, he said, the party line was that religion was a bad thing, and the ultimate goal was to banish it from Chinese culture.
"I have Bibles here in the warehouse, and the warehouse is due for moving. How many Bibles do you want?" One day, Brother M received a strange phone call, eager to donate the Bibles. The woman then said, "If you want more, you can drive a car here for a full load of it."
A number of pastors in China, especially those in the young adult ministry, took great interest in the Asbury Revival. Three Chinese pastors and prayer ministry worker shares their insights into the recent revival.
Senior believers gathered to see a live stream Sunday service of Juexi Church in Ningbo City, Zhejiang Province, at an unknown date.
Graduating from the same theological training class, two pastors rarely sat down with peace of mind despite theological differences. The economic recession due to COVID-19 prompted them to unite more than ever.
The leader of Jiaojiang Church in Taizhou, Zhejiang, was pictured with two elderly during a visit in early September, 2021.