- Amid China’s Rare Protests, Christians Wrestle with Their RoleChinese church leaders hold differing views on political participation but stress the need for prayer and evangelism简体中文繁體中文
- Being Samaritans to Those Brutalized by BeijingThe American church must not pass by the chance to welcome and help Hong Kongers and Uighurs.español简体中文繁體中文
- China Bans Zion, Beijing’s Biggest House ChurchShut down after Sunday services, influential congregation had refused orders to install government surveillance cameras.
- Why America's Christian Colleges Are Pursuing Chinese StudentsSchools see both revenue and mission opportunities.
- Died: Samuel Lamb, Chinese Pastor Who Predicted 'More Persecution, More Growth'(UPDATED) House church leader 'symbolized the bravery of a Church that grew at an unprecedented speed in world history.'
- Persecution in China Is Very RealYou can argue that Christians are more free than they were 30 years ago. But persecution is rising and the central government does plan to eradicate house churches.
- What China's Seven New Rulers Mean for Its 80 Million ChristiansOnce-a-decade Communist Party transition 'bodes well' for the surging Chinese church.
- Shouwang Showdown, 15 Weeks InMembers of one of China's largest house churches continue to meet amid arrests.
- Should the China Ambassador Worship at a House Church?Observers discuss whether the U.S. ambassador to China should worship at an unregistered church to 'publicly identify with the persecuted.'
- Why Beijing's Largest House Church Refuses to Stop Meeting OutdoorsShouwang vows to continue showdown until Christmas in hopes of ending Achilles' heel of unregistered churches: government pressure on landlords.