The National Religious Affairs Administration recently promulgated the "Administrative Measures for the of Religious Activity Venues" by Order No. 19, which will come into effect on September 1, 2023.
Before we consider whether we should seek the right ones for marriage through the Internet, we must ask God's guidance through prayer and know the pros and cons of this method. Although we do not know whether God will let us meet the right ones through the Internet or in real life, it is indispensable for us to have good faith and rely on God while acting.
Dr. Wang, the founder of Zhimian Institute For Counseling and Psychotherapy analyzed the current marriage dilemma from a psychological perspective in an online lecture.
A millennial Christian told the story of how he was targeted by the heretical group Shincheonji Church of Jesus because he liked to visit all kinds of social media platforms and how he finally got out of it.
A Conviction Alarm of the Chained Mother Incident in Xuzhou to the Church: Reviewing the Spirit of Carl Henry's 'Uneasy Conscience of Modern Fundamentalism'
The Xuzhou chained mother of eight incident is of milestone significance. May the incident become a watershed to wake up today’s Chinese church’s “uneasy conscience”.
Many Christians have commented on this controversial event of a chained mother of eight outside in winter in Jiangsu Province.
"Children inherit what they know best from their parents, which means if you want to pass on something to your child, you make it the most familiar to them." Dr. Wang Xuefu, a Christian psychologist, shared four tips for Christian parents to raise their children.
Sisters largely outnumber brothers in not only rural churches but also urban churches. Why is there such an imbalance? This question is worthy of consideration.
A wife of a pastor suffered from domestic violence for years. She said, "I see no love in him. It is all lies, immorality, vanity, and self-righteousness." Then she was brave enough to divorce the pastor and shared the sad story.
Reflection on Chinese Christians’ Three Responses to COVID-19: Is the Pandemic a Punishment from God?
There have been some weird suggestions, such as in America where COVID patients were told they would be healed by watching TV programmes in which pastors perform healings. Some South Korean pastors believed in God's protection of His believers so, therefore, encouraged congregations not to fear infection and therefore continued having on-site gatherings. Apart from that, there have been various responses to the outbreak by the Chinese Christian media. The responses can be categorized into three main types.
The event caused great concern among the Chinese Christian community who expressed anger, astonishment, or horror.