Dr. Lajos Békefy gives his Chinese New Year blessings to Christians in China with a message of love.
I was drawn back into death meditation recently when a female believer, whom I hadn't seen in a long time but was quite close to, died in a car accident.
The ongoing war in Gaza transcends mere geopolitical struggles—it marks a defining moment in Christian history, demanding an unwavering collective response to its heart-wrenching toll.
Pastor Zhu Guijin explains how musical knowledge will help pastors serve more effectively.
In recent years, the poor economic situation has affected the rural economy and income, particularly inpacting families burdened with debt due to marriage. The economic uncertainty intensifies their desire for certainty, contributing to the resurge of mysterious folk religions in rural areas.
A Christian child began English lessons with a non-Christian college student, and her parent encouraged her to approach essay topics from a biblical perspective. The parent explains why the Bible is the entire universe for true Christians in response to the student's inquiry.
The wife of a pastor shares a side of her husband that is probably unknown to many, leaving me to reflect on the right order in the family.
Pentecost is described as a mysterious and transcendent holiday that symbolizes the Holy Trinity and the presence of the Spirit of God, inviting people to tune their souls to the hymn of God, while emphasizing the importance of deep silence and attuning to the divine voice for spiritual purification and preparation for Pentecost.
The Chinese government official was telling me about how he had experienced changes during his career in the government’s policies dealing with religious groups. When he was first studying for government service, he said, the party line was that religion was a bad thing, and the ultimate goal was to banish it from Chinese culture.
Where Was God - Where Was Allah? Catastrophe Philosophy in the History of Thought in Europe and Our Christian Faith
Where was God - where was Allah? These questions are in the wake of the two most recent devastating earthquakes. The article combs catastrophe philosophy in the history of thought in Europe and our Christian faith.