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WORLD MISSION – Ministering to the church in China

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September 2012
China

WORLD MISSION – Ministering to the church in China

WORLD MISSION Ministering to the church in China God has blessed his people in the UK with a great heritage. For centuries the gospel has been preached here. We have a wealth of Christian literature, many excellent Bible teachers, conventions and Bible colleges. In many other areas of the world the church is much…

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World Mission – Changing contours in China

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September 2012
China

World Mission – Changing contours in China

World Mission Changing contours in China The church in China is beginning to cast off its chains and is emerging as a powerful force for change. Is this phenomenon likely to transform the communist culture of a repressive regime and create a more open and tolerant society? Article 13 of the Constitution of the…

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Review

December 2011
Reviews > Book

The Power to Save – A history of the gospel in China

The Power to Save – A history of the gospel in China Bob Davey Evangelical Press 356, £9.99 ISBN: 978-0-85234-743-0 Star Rating: Bob Davey has carefully researched the story of the church in China. In Power to Save the reader is given a short introduction to China’s wider history and the story of Nestorian…

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Christian publishing in China – a huge opportunity

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October 2011
China

Christian publishing in China – a huge opportunity

Christian publishing in China – a huge opportunity One of the more remarkable facts about the history of the church is that some of its most significant events were barely noticed at the time of their occurrence. Examples are not hard to find. In the early church the attention of the most powerful inhabitants…

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Article

August 2011
China

China’s Revival

In 1949 there had been, at most, one million Protestant believers in China. Fifty years later, in 1999, there were estimated to be around 90 million. This was mainly due to the phenomenal growth of illegal, 'underground' house churches that, by then, numbered 80 million.

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Heroic faith

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August 2011
China

Heroic faith

Heroic faith ‘A little thing is a little thing, but faithfulness in little things is a great thing.’‘All God’s giants have been weak men, who did great things for God because theyreckoned on his being with them.’‘China is not to be won for Christ by quiet, ease-loving men and women.’‘God’s work done in God’s…

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Article

March 2009
China

Chinese puzzle

Chinese puzzle   Officially, the Chinese Government recognises five religions: Taoism, Buddhism, Islam, Catholicism and Protestantism, and each has a state-sponsored religious body.      Protestants are supposed to worship under the auspices of the Three-Self Patriotic Movement — standing, ironically, for self-governing, self-teaching and self-supporting.      However, a large proportion of Protestant Christians worship…

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