God’s Love in Trials: A Letter of Encouragement

Editor’s note: This year, China Partnership is praying for the church in China to hold fast. In the fall of 2022, we spoke with Chinese house church leaders and asked them how the global church can pray for and support them in 2023. They specifically asked that we pray that they would hold fast to […]

Share My Love: A Tea Merchant’s Story

Editor’s note: Zang Waiming is a middle-aged tea merchant. He is a member of a small minority people group, but now lives in a large urban area. He grew up in a rural, autonomous area, populated mainly by other minority peoples.  This is part of an ongoing series of interviews with Chinese Christians about their […]

Raising Children in the Gospel

Editor’s note: This throwback post was written in 2015 and was first published in Church China (a mainland China Christian publication) and then translated and published in English on China Partnership’s website. This updated version of the article has been edited and condensed to increase readability. This month, CP is praying for Chinese Christians as […]

Do We Love Them?

Editor’s note: This throwback post was written in 2016 by a Mainland Chinese pastor and his wife. The couple live in a major city, and minister primarily among young Chinese urbanites. They have served in ministry for more than 20 years. The authors reflect on how evangelism in China can no longer be based on […]

Don’t Just Preach, Disciple: Family Foundations

Editor’s note: Gu Junqing grew up in a Christian family and came to believe in the Lord at an early age. This is the fifth and final part of his story, and Gu talks about how he says many Chinese Christians enthusiastically sharing the gospel, but are lacking follow-up and discipleship. To build a strong […]

How to Face Persecution: Caring for the Persecuted

It is very important we visit believers who have just been released from jail. Most of these people live in fear, and don’t talk much when they get out. It is important for us to encourage them, listen to them, and help them to return to the church. Although a few are beaten, for most people the hurt is not physical, but emotional and spiritual.

The Cry of a Subversive Patriot

I am a subversive patriot because, despite the progress we have made as a nation, America is not my best hope for “life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.” My ultimate allegiance is to a King who gave up his own life, liberty, and happiness to redeem us from the tyranny of sin.