- Thailand Arrests 63 Chinese Christians Seeking AsylumThe “Mayflower church” members, who first sought refuge in South Korea, fear repatriation to China after finding sponsors in Texas.
- Easter and the Tomb Sweeping Festival Share a Nerdy ConnectionThe Jesuits reformed the Western calendar. Then they attempted to do the same in China.简体中文繁體中文
- Lived to Be Forgotten: Dixon E. Hoste, Missionary to ChinaThe successor of Hudson Taylor as leader of the China Inland Mission never sought fame but was remembered for his earnest prayers.简体中文繁體中文
- Rupert Clarke: The Medical Missionary on the Tibetan PlateauThe British doctor established hospitals for Tibetans and called on Chinese Christians to care for the souls of the ethnic group.简体中文繁體中文
- ‘Honoring’ Your Father and Mother Isn’t Always BiblicalFilial piety has damaged many parent-child relationships. But Christian families can learn where Confucian culture ends and Paul’s parenting practices begin.
- A Scottish Farmer Started the World’s First Chinese-Language MagazineBefore he died at age 37, missionary William Milne had produced a publication promoting Christianity, science, and general knowledge.简体中文繁體中文
- Why Chinese Immigrant Pastors Avoid Preaching on the NewsOn Sunday mornings, congregations tend to focus on Scripture over current events, even after last month’s Lunar New Year shooting.简体中文繁體中文
- Wang Yi: The Faithfully Disobedient Chinese PastorA new book records the reflections on church and state in China by the imprisoned pastor and other house church leaders.简体中文繁體中文
- Read the Winners of Christianity Today’s Second International Essay ContestWisdom, perspective, and theological understanding from Spanish, Portuguese, French, Chinese, and Indonesian writers.
- Seek Prosperity Properly During Lunar New YearIt’s not wrong to celebrate our blessings. But Asian theologians and pastors advise how to do so in biblical, godly ways amid the festival’s red envelopes and best wishes.简体中文繁體中文