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/

All participants in the 2012 Bible Seminar in Shanghai

Riding on the first wave of success of the inaugural Bible in China Seminar in 2011, the second Seminar from 1st to 3rd November 2012 saw a gathering of more than forty participants from all across China and overseas guests from UK, Singapore and Australia at Shanghai, to discuss on the theme, “The Role of Christianity in Modern China: The Bible and The Harmonious Society”. As in previous year, this year’s seminar was jointly organized by The Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences (SASS) and Centre for Studies of Religion and Culture, with the support of British and Foreign Bible Societies (BFBS) and the United Bible Societies (UBS) China Partnership. Read more [...]
This is a faith testimony of Rev Tang Weimin, Vice-President of China Christian Council and Director of Commission on Rural Church Ministry in China. Rev Tang is also Chairman of Henan Provincial TSPM, where Henan Province is the province with the largest number of Christians in China.

Rev Tang Weimin says that he first read about Christ from a handwritten NT. Photo: UBSCP/Davis

My name is Tang Weimin. The meaning of “Weimin” is “to serve the people”. Just as Jesus says in Mark 10:45 (ESV) ‘For even the Son of Man came not to be served but to serve, and to give his life as a ransom for many”, my duty as His servant is to serve His people. I grew up in the 1970’s at the time of the Cultural Revolution in China, in the rural parts of the country. At that time there were no churches, no preachers and few believers in the villages. Although the Bible was not legally available in China at that time, the Spirit of God was actively at work. The Holy Spirit uses different ways to bring people to know God. I am one of the blessed ones brought to God by His Spirit through the only Christian family in my village. Read more [...]

Candlelight display of the cross and "Love" (in Chinese) at Luhe Church on Christmas Eve.

“Let the fields be jubilant, and everything in them.” Psalm 96:12 This verse from the Bible truly reflects how I feel about my last Christmas celebration in the rural churches of Nanjing city, China. The experience gave me such great joy as I joined Christian brothers and sisters from the remote Luhe churches to celebrate the birth of our Lord Jesus. In 1982, when the main church in Luhe district reopened, there were only 120 Christians. 30 years later, there are now 44 churches and an estimated 40,000 Christians in Luhe alone. What remarkable growth! Read more [...]
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