A few of the blogs that I follow have recently had posts on the condition of the American Christian Church. I believe we are in a state of “I am rich and have need of nothing”, generally speaking., like the church of Laodicea in Rev. 3:14-22. When the church has been under great persecution it has thrived in history, like in the book of Acts. You’ve probably all heard that “the blood of the martyrs is the seed of the church'” as stated by Tertullian in the 2nd century. I think this post illustrates this by the change in the Chinese church and what is happening there now. I found it very interesting .
Winds of Change in China
Christians around the world continue to be fascinated by the Church in China—the world’s most populated country. The nation is going through rapid transformation economically, socially, culturally and spiritually. We examine how these changes are affecting the kingdom of God in China, and specifically how it may affect some of the projects we implement there.
Often as people grow older they long for things to stay still, so they can get their bearings, put down roots, and enjoy a consistency in their lives. Things never seem to work out that way, however. The world is in a constant state of transformation, and our time can easily be spent trying to catch up with the changes going…
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