Chinese Church Voices | Listening in on the conversation

The media seems to like to report the negative stories–so, here is one story that gives reason to celebrate.  The Miao are one of the ethnic minority groups in China that I regularly pray for–last summer I remember visiting one of their villages, where most of the houses were still built of a mud/clay that had the color of yellow sweet corn.

Chinese Church Voices | Listening in on the conversation.

Please note that this article comes from the Church in China, originally posted on a website in China.  The internet and social media in China are changing the landscape–both for the Church and the government in China, as well as for those of us outside China.  There is more information, some of which is accurate, some of which is wishful.  Please be careful in all that you.  The Chinese Church Voices website is staffed by a careful and diligent team.

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