A northern pastor shares his church's experience of localizing couples' camps according to believers' needs to bring real changes to the participants.
The Sunday service is the most important event in the life of a Christian. In this roundtable discussion, four Christians from different age groups shared their thoughts on the Sunday service they expected.
The lady who served the youth fellowship said that only by getting the love of Christ can people easily overcome darkness, fear, and death.
Worship Ministry Worker Says Different Styles of Church Music That Aid Churches Growth Are Beneficial
A worship ministry worker says this is genuine worship when some worship leaders can lead people in repenting and reflecting on themselves, though they have limited vocal singing skills.
A psychological counselor in East China, shares her distinct perspective on the role of a psychological counselor: with transformed lives by the love of Jesus Christ, counselors can accompany the visitors deep into their lives.
A brother who is experienced in worship ministry believes that churches in China need to train more worship teachers and band leaders, not just students, to further promote the ministry.
A pastor claims that psychological aid is a good way to make visitation ministry more effective by identifying the problems of believers.
H Church in Southeast China initiated a small group model tailored to their congregation's needs on discipleship training and evangelism, ultimately rescuing itself from decline and achieving growth.
Directors of an elderly care center run by a church in Guangdong discussed hospice care, seeking and rebuilding the cognition of the dignity of life.
A pastor who has been theologically trained with years of experience in delivering sermons shared guidance on "the effective preparation of a gracious sermon."