It is because of UBS that the Church in China has strengthened her friendship with churches around the world. — Minister Wang Zuoan, State Administration for Religious Affairs of China, http://www.sara.gov.cn/xwzx/xwjj/15255.htm and http://www.sara.gov.cn/xwzx/xwjj/15255.htm
Minister Wang Zuoan highlighted the close relationship the Church in China has established with UBS since the early 1980s. The growth of the Bible ministry of the Chinese Church is inseparable from the support given by members of UBS. — State Administration for Religious Affairs of China, http://www.sara.gov.cn/xwzx/xwjj/15255.htm and http://www.ubscp.org/minister-wang-zuoan-brazil/
I would also like to thank UBS. Through the faithful donation of paper to TSPM/CCC and printing machines to Amity, UBS has contributed to the success of the publishing and printing of Bibles in China. — Rev. Dr. Gao Ying, President of Yanjing Theological Seminary. Former Vice-President of NJUTS., http://www.ubscp.org/gaoying1/
I hope that UBS donors would continue to be concerned about the Church, the believers and the Bible ministry in China. Although China’s overall economy is growing and the Church is expanding, we have not yet arrived and there are still many poor people who need Bibles. — Elder Fu Xianwei, Chairman of National Committee of TSPM, http://www.ubscp.org/fuxianwei/
UBS is always willing to serve and work with the Church based on China’s needs.....I have come across many overseas Christian organizations and I think that many should follow UBS’s partnership model with the Church in China. — Elder Fu Xianwei, Chairman of National Committee of TSPM, http://www.ubscp.org/fuxianwei/
Some people wonder why the Protestant church in China is growing faster than the Catholic Church. I suspect the reason behind the Protestant Church growth is because she puts more emphasis on reading the Bible. — Bishop Aloysius Jin Luxian, http://www.ubscp.org/bishop-jin-luxian/
It was the United Bible Societies (UBS) who encouraged us to read the Bible more often and even urged us to organize Bible classes. — Bishop Aloysius Jin Luxian, http://www.ubscp.org/bishop-jin-luxian/
Four Miao Tribes with Ms Ma Liqin kneeling (left). Photo: CCC/TSPM

Four Miao Tribes with Ms Ma Liqin kneeling (left). Photo: CCC/TSPM

“The Lord is my shepherd; I have everything I need.” (Psalms 23:1, GNT). Never in all my years as a Christian has this promise been so real to me until I started Bible School training. My name is Ma Liqin and I am 21 years old in 2010. I belong to the ethnic Big Flowery Miao (also known as A-Hmao) group. Most of our people live on the mountains in the northwest Guizhou province of China. My people group is the Miao tribe who has the privilege of getting the entire Bible translated into our native mother tongue in 2009 with the help of the United Bible Societies. According to some estimates, Christianity is the primary religion of my people group forming 80% of the whole population (source: Operations China). I come from a Christian family, every Sunday I join my parents and extended family members to worship God in our village church. In my own small way, I tried to serve fellow believers in the area of hospitality. Read more [...]
Rev Dr Cao Shengjie giving a sermon at the Thanksgiving Service for the 80 millionth Bible Celebration. Photo: UBSCP

Rev Dr Cao Shengjie giving a sermon at the Thanksgiving Service for the 80 millionth Bible Celebration. Photo: UBSCP

“The Lord has done a new thing, a wonderful thing, a great thing!”, declared Rev Dr Cao Shengjie in her sermon at the Thanksgiving Service for the Completion of the 80 millionth Bible held in Nanjing on 8 Nov 2010. Rev Cao is the Co-Chairperson of the Advisory Committee of the Church in China and former President of the China Christian Council. Rev Cao recounted the time of the Cultural Revolution when Bibles were confiscated and destroyed. The Chinese Christians were deprived of their Bibles during those years. She remembered when the Chinese Church leaders gathered for their first Standing Committee meeting after the end of the Cultural Revolution in Shanghai in February 1980, they decided that one of their first urgent and important tasks was to print Bibles to meet the crying needs for the Word of God. Read more [...]
What does a little blind Christian girl think of Jesus? This is the burning question preoccupying my mind when told I was going to interview a little girl who is visually challenged.
Little Daifa reading the Braille Bible. Photo: UBSCP

Little Daifa holding her first Braille Gospel of Matthew. Photo: UBSCP/Jock

Xiao Daifa is an eight year old girl and she is born blind. Abandoned by her birth parents, she was found to be badly in need of proper nutrition and love when the “Shanghai Huge Grace Disabled Welfare Centre”, otherwise known as “Guang Ci” (上海广慈残疾儿童福利院) adopted her. She was already 6 years old at that time, joining 4 other blind children also adopted by Guang Ci. Founded in 1998, Guang Ci, a registered welfare orphanage for children with special needs, provides basic care as well as medical and educational assistance to more than 40 disadvantaged children, abandoned by their own parents. At Guang Ci, blind children learn by hearing. Bible stories are taught using audio means. “It was Wu laoshi (or teacher) who taught me stories from the Bible. She will also pray for us children in the orphanage and tell us about Jesus,” said a beaming Daifa, when asked about her teachers. Read more [...]
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