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The pastorate ordained two pastoral staff as pastors in Dongwang Church, Xinzhou, Shanxi, on June 21, 2022. The pastorate ordained two pastoral staff as pastors in Dongwang Church, Xinzhou, Shanxi, on June 21, 2022.

Interview With Grassroots Female Pastor: Low Pay for Pastors Becomes Detrimental to Chinese Churches in the Long Haul

Sister J reveals the difficulty of supporting pastors, hoping that church pastors and believers could pay more attention to those who remained on the front line despite the difficulties.
A cross on the roof of a church A cross on the roof of a church

Pastor in East China Says Reaching Common People Is a Good Way to Sinicize Christianity

L believed that the current China should not follow the top-down elite method advocated by Timothy Richard or the impoverished grassroots peasants method led by Hudson Taylor, but the populace method.
Citizens were undergoing COVID-19 tests in front of Gangwashi Church in Beijing during the first half of 2022. Citizens were undergoing COVID-19 tests in front of Gangwashi Church in Beijing during the first half of 2022.

'Group-Based, Family-Based, Digitalization': Three Trends of Chinese Churches Intensified in Post-COVID-19 Era

Based on the observations of several pastors, the churches in China are becoming more group-based and family-based, with a reliance on online ministry in the post-pandemic era.
A picture shows remains of a church building. A picture shows remains of a church building.

Burden of a Post-80s Preacher: How Can Rural Believers Learn Church History?

Pastor C believes that as many heresies of today had already happened in history, it is indeed very important to study church history, but it is difficult for believers to listen to it and there is no suitable opportunity to speak to them about it.
A shepherd and a flock of sheep A shepherd and a flock of sheep

'God's Supply Is Always Steady': How a Pastor Served During COVID-19 Lockdown

During the more than four months of lockdown, a church had a little financial surplus rather than a financial deficit, for the pastor of the church never suspended the online pastoral care when the church was forced to cease the in-person gatherings many times during two and a half years of COVID-19.
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