When reviewing the Bible study last year, a preacher in Jiangsu reflected from the different Christian women in the study group.
Many churches have grown into large churches after changing into small-group churches. So, the question is: do churches have to become small-group churches to grow?
An urban church explores to expand its marriage ministry to local communities to become a purely public welfare ministry independent of the church.
Little did an old preacher expect that he would meet with heretics himself and that heresy is so close by.
A pastor who has been practicing a small group model in his church for around five years emphasized the importance of the mission and vision of the small groups as well as a mature concept which prevents one from blindly copying from others.
From January 22 to 23, church staff of the Gaizhou Eternal Life Church, a centennial church in northeast China's Liaoning Province, visited 39 disadvantaged households and retired church staff at minus 20 degrees Celsius.
The members of the Ark Group are all working professionals who gather together every week to listen to the teachings and share their experiences.
A pastor mentioned that in the 1980s and 1990s, many churches experienced significant revivals. However, he noted that most of them had essentially disappeared. According to him, a crucial reason for this decline is the failure of church management and succession.
Interview With China Partner President: God Has Used Christian Leadership to Grow His Church in China
As a descendant of German missionaries to China, Erik Bürklin, president of China Partner, has been serving the church in China with training trips and material distribution in the past decades. With a heart for China, Erik talks about the main work and projects of the organization, the changes in the church in China, challenges facing Chinese pastors and churches, and global engagement in China.
Dedicated to serving businesspersons, a Christian couple shares main points in pastoring the group. They recommend the group not to become pastors unless they are called as it is easier for business owners to share the gospel with their employees than pastors.