China's top political advisor Wang Huning greeted leaders of five legal religious groups in China before the Spring Festival.
On the third week of January, the Shanghai Municipal Young Men's Christian Association (YMCA) held a series of public welfare activities for the disadvantaged.
To help the disaster-stricken people through this tough time, the Amity Foundation issued digital "baby vouchers" to the affected people to purchase baby supplies, while churches from Guangdong, Fujian, and Hubei have donated funds and supplies to Jishishan County in Linxia Prefecture, Gansu.
Companies in Jiangsu Province jointly donated shower trolleys to the Amity Foundation, providing bathing assistance services to more elderly people.
The faith-based Amity Foundation was honored as the first “Advanced Social Organization in Jiangsu Province.”
A pastor believed that today's church might not necessarily lack workers, and what it lacked most today were Christ and pastors who nurtured believers with the heart of Christ.
To get more youth to join in the China-Cambodia exchange, the Amity Foundation is recruiting two volunteers to teach in the rural primary schools in Cambodia.
The Wuhan YMCA (Young Men's Christian Association) has launched a charity event to care for left-behind children.
In response to the recent heavy rainfall and flooding disasters in the Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei region, the faith-based Amity Foundation initiated a flood disaster relief response on July 31.
As church fellow workers, we need to communicate with each other in time, “sit down” at any time, and share our service experience and problems. On the other hand, we need to rest in front of the Lord and gain strength and wisdom from him more than we do.