Kathy Balcombe, wife of Dennis Balcombe, who has been a missionary to China for over five decades, died in Hong Kong last Thursday.
Interview With Asian American Film Director: It Has Never Been Easy for Asian Immigrants in the United States
Eunice Lau, director of A-Town Boyz, a film about the sons of Asian immigrants who are drawn to gang life as they fight against racism and find love and acceptance in the streets of Atlanta, speaks about the struggles of Asian Americans, racism, and church outreach to minorities in an exclusive interview with China Christian Daily.
Yale Divinity School announced plans to offer two full scholarships for new admissions to scholars from China.
Rev. Wu Wei has been re-elected as chairman of the ninth China Christian Council (CCC) and Rev. Xu Xiaohong, president of the eleventh National Committee of the Three-Self Patriotic Movement (TSPM).
The newest issue of the Journal of Research for Christianity in China has been published.
The Christian population in China appears to have stopped growing after rising rapidly in the 1980s and 1990s, said Pew.
The Lutheran World Federation initiated a prayer request for China on the third Sunday of Advent.
“Most Christians in the workplace have no sense of kingdom purpose. Most Christians don’t know why they work,” said Andy Mills, co-chairman of the Grace & Mercy Foundation.
The Second Impact Asia Alliance Summit Concludes in Indonesia, Calling for Churches' to Impact the World
More than 350 church and Christian leaders and scholars from nine countries gathered in Indonesia to attend the second Impact Asia Alliance Summit, encouraging Christians to influence the world through their witnesses in different fields.
Wheaton College President Dr. Philip Ryken Encourages Christians in Asia to Practice Submissions in Relationships
Wheaton College President Dr. Philip Ryken encouraged Christians in Asia to commit to Christ's lordship in three relationships, as Jesus has dominion over every area of our lives.