For China, it is a stunning feeling. Most of the society exists behind closed doors and is tough, driven, material, hierarchical. The country values wealth, power, and secrecy – not to mention that both government and schools officially, at least, promote atheism.Worth reading in full, Christians are about to surpass Chinese Communist Party membership. Jesus is a serious threat to the Communist Party, and they know it.
Yet Chongyi looks and feels like any evangelical megachurch in Seattle or San Jose. There are big screens, speakers blaring upbeat music, coffee bars. The choir is a huge swaying wash of white and red robes. Chongyi seats 5,000 people and holds multiple services on Sunday.
Wednesday, January 14, 2015
An Incredibly Encouraging Article
From 1/11/15 Business Insider: