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Not Just One Man’s Burden

Wang, an ethnic Miao Christian in Christian, is a lay preacher in his village church and has been a Bible translator for over ten years. He shares the challenges he faces in balancing the demands of family and ministry. Yet, he remains committed to the work of Bible translation and is grateful for the financial support of the United Bible Societies that enables him to press on in making the Miao Bible available for generations to come.

A Changed Man

A believer of Christ since the age of 20, Elder Ye has been serving the Lord faithfully by leading his church together with his wife. As a rural preacher, he had to continue working in the fields to support his family while shepherding the church at the same time. Be encouraged by his testimony and find out why the Bible resources he received from the United Bible Societies were such a blessing to him.
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Bible Day in China 2020

The onsite celebration of the 2020 "Bible Day" was held in Guangzhou, Guangdong Province, on 12th and 13th Dec. It is an annual campaign organised by CCC/TSPM to promote the Bible and Bible ministries amongst the Chinese Christian community and beyond. Read about the highlights of the event, which included virtual events that took place online prior to the onsite activities.

The Bible and Belt and Road Initiative

Our annual seminar organised by Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences (SASS) is not able to take place this year because of the Covid-19 pandemic. It has been held yearly for nine years, but we are thankful to God that the 9th seminar took place last year, in November 2019, prior to the pandemic. With the support of the United Bible Societies, the seminar focused on the theme of the Bible in relation to the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI). The sessions discussed impacts and contributions religion, particularly Christianity, made on cities and people in the BRI countries.

Grandma, I want to hear God’s Word together with you

A program manager from the United Bible Societies China Partnership (UBS CP) shares her thoughts on the impact of the scripture literacy project after visiting a scripture literacy class in a rural area in China. Read this story to find out why her meeting with an elderly lady and her granddaughter at the class left such a deep impression on her.

Are Bibles Still Difficult to Obtain in China Today?

Inaccessibility, financial constraints and a limited supply of Bibles to their area are some of the reasons that make it hard for some Catholics in China to obtain a Bible. Leshan in Sichuan province is one such area and it was a privilege for United Bible Societies to support the Leshan diocese by distributing free Bibles to the parishioners in its mostly mountainous and hilly region. Beneficiaries who received the Bibles share their heartfelt responses in this write-up about the Bible distribution.

Turn Your Precious Moments into Bible Moments!

Bible Moments is a Chinese-English Bible app licensed to the Church in China by United Bible Societies for distribution in China.

Special features:

  • Devotionals
  • 100 Question & Answer e-book

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