China Partnership greatly desires to help equip people with greater understanding of China and its people and culture. On this page you can find collections of posts from the China Partnership blog that help explain and introduce a variety of topics regarding Chinese culture.


Christianity in China


Though China still receives many foreign workers to assist with the growth of the church, Christianity has existed in China much longer than it has in North America. Learn about the history of Christianity in China and why the gospel is having such a great impact at this time:


A Brief History of Christianity in China

“How did the number of Protestant Christians grow so quickly in China, while the number of Catholics remained steady despite a three-century head start? We may trace the reasons according to the five solas of the Protestant Reformation.”

The contemporary Chinese house church was founded and maintained by faithful men and women who sacrificed much during the hard, early decades of communist control. Read an interview with a pastor who lived through the Cultural Revolution and consider his prayers for modern China:

Despite the nation’s modernization, Christianity is growing rapidly in China. How is this desecularizaion of the world’s largest atheist population possible? Read what two academics have to say:


China on the World Stage


Without a doubt, China’s importance on the world stage is continuing to increase. What should Christians think about China’s ascending power? What opportunities for the gospel does it provide? What risks are associated with China’s rise? Consider what a variety of authors have to say in response to these questions:


Seeing Reality and Imagining More

“A few days into our trip to visit family and friends, my uncle asked me, ‘Do you feel your life in America is greatly affected by the rise of China?’”


How Can We Respond to China?

“Folks in the US and all over the world have been watching China transform before their eyes. In America and perhaps other places, this growth has been met with a tremendous amount of fear and anxiety.”


Chinese Culture

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