The world is crying out for good news Christians have been called to reveal.
The tenth rendition of the Annual Symposium on the Role of Religion and Faith-based Organizations in International Affairs was held on 23 January in New York City, drawing more than 700 registered followers online.
Interview With Asian American Film Director: It Has Never Been Easy for Asian Immigrants in the United States
Eunice Lau, director of A-Town Boyz, a film about the sons of Asian immigrants who are drawn to gang life as they fight against racism and find love and acceptance in the streets of Atlanta, speaks about the struggles of Asian Americans, racism, and church outreach to minorities in an exclusive interview with China Christian Daily.
Yale Divinity School announced plans to offer two full scholarships for new admissions to scholars from China.
To mark Jesus’s birth, Rev. Will Graham shared the good news about Jesus Christ online, with musical gifts presented by the distinguished guest Natalie Grant.
Staff members from Nanjing Union Theological Seminary travelled to the United States to attend board meetings of the Foundation for Theological Education in Southeast Asia (FTESEA)
“Today, I don’t talk about IQ and EQ, but about TQ(transformation) and MQ(mutuality). Transformation quotient is the ability to update oneself, and mutuality quotient is about sharing, which are completely in line with the theme of our leadership summit,” said Dr. Evan Liu, director of the Chinese Servant Leadership Center.
In the Nono district of Ethiopia's Oromia Regional State, a woman who survived ethnic violence and underwent trauma healing is now a volunteer helping other affected women, as a local church works on peacebuilding initiatives; however, concerns arise over children's exposure to violence and the need for support in addressing their trauma.
Following a destructive earthquake near Marrakesh, Morocco, many residents in outlying villages are living in tents due to aftershock fears. Operation Blessing is providing essential supplies, including food and solar lamps, to offer hope and support to those affected by the earthquake. The local community expresses gratitude for the assistance amid the devastation.
The Climate Action Summit, part of the UN General Assembly, will gather global policymakers, academics, and civil society on September 20 in New York. A workshop hosted by ACT Alliance, Bread for the World, and Open Society Foundations on September 19 aims to address the protection gap concerning human mobility and the climate crisis in international frameworks.