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The Unfinished Task

"Even though he is dead, his faith still speaks to us." James Hudson Taylor, a British missionary to China and the founder of China Inland Mission, came to China in 1853 with the gospel in God's love. Till today, his legacy continues through his enduring faith in God to reach the Chinese for Christ.

The Unfinished Task

"Even though he is dead, his faith still speaks to us." James Hudson Taylor, a British missionary to China and the founder of China Inland Mission, came to China in 1853 with the gospel in God's love. Till today, his legacy continues through his enduring faith in God to reach the Chinese for Christ.

Devouring the Word

Like many in China who have attained a desirable standard of living yet find themselves spiritually hungry, Yan Min found the endless toil of material pursuit meaningless. This changed after she bought a Bible from a church bookstore and started devouring the Word of God.

No Reason Not to Serve Him

Liu Tingting is a teacher at Shandong Seminary who has witnessed God's miraculous work of healing upon her immediate family members. "His grace is greater than any crisis my family and I have faced.” Having experienced the grace of God so personally, she is committed to serve Him. Read more about her story here.

Giving the Very Best Version of the Bible to China

2019 marks the 100th anniversary of the Chinese Union Version Bible (or CUV), known as 和合本圣经 in Mandarin. Over the years, the availability of the Bible in the Chinese language has played a significant role in the growth of the Church. This brief summary of the Why, How and Impact of the CUV Bible is a wonderful testimony of God's hand over the work in China.
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China National Church Leader Shares His Heart

In this exclusive interview, Elder Fu Xianwei, Chairman of National TSPM of the Protestant Churches in China, shared with us on the challenges facing the church today, needs for Bibles in China and the contribution of UBS to the Church in China.
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Black Yi Bible Translation

How does it feel to have God's Word in your own mother tongue? Black Yi believers in China share their joy and thanks in this video produced by British Bible Society. 

Living a Life of Emptiness to One of Blessing

Outwardly, 27-year-old Andrew seemed like he had everything, with a bright road of success ahead of him, but deep inside, there was a longing for more. He sought to fill the void in his heart through excessive drinking. How did the Word of God convict and transform him?

Bible Tools Like Precious Jewels

One year after becoming a believer, Kong Jinxiang heard the call to be a preacher in his church. Recognising the importance of sound biblical doctrine, he made the effort to study the Bible in order to answer the call of God. Here's an account of a faithful servant of God whose desire to serve the Lord has not diminished even after many years.

From Despondency to Hope

Once blinded by atheism, he has found new hope in the one true God who offers far more than what material wealth can offer him. Read about his journey that began when he found a Bible one day.

Giving the Very Best Version of the Bible to China

2019 marks the 100th anniversary of the Chinese Union Version Bible (or CUV), known as 和合本圣经 in Mandarin. Over the years, the availability of the Bible in the Chinese language has played a significant role in the growth of the Church. This brief summary of the Why, How and Impact of the CUV Bible is a wonderful testimony of God's hand over the work in China.

Bible and A Shared Future for Humankind: Migration and Community

What are the significance and implications for peoples and societies in an interconnected and interdependent world today? What does the Bible say about our responsibility to humanity, particularly to migrants? These were some of the key issues discussed at the 8th Bible in China Seminar - "The Bible and A Shared Future for Humanity", with "Migration and Community" as the focus.

2017 Bible in China Seminar: The Bible and Sinicization of Christianity

Is Christianity still viewed as a foreign or Western religion in the China? How do Christians in China localize their faith? Read this article to find out more.

Devouring the Word

Like many in China who have attained a desirable standard of living yet find themselves spiritually hungry, Yan Min found the endless toil of material pursuit meaningless. This changed after she bought a Bible from a church bookstore and started devouring the Word of God.

Giving the Very Best Version of the Bible to China

2019 marks the 100th anniversary of the Chinese Union Version Bible (or CUV), known as 和合本圣经 in Mandarin. Over the years, the availability of the Bible in the Chinese language has played a significant role in the growth of the Church. This brief summary of the Why, How and Impact of the CUV Bible is a wonderful testimony of God's hand over the work in China.

Light to Their Souls

Christians with visual disability rely on Braille Bibles to feed on the Word of God to bring light to their souls. The printing and distribution of Braille Bibles is a significant ministry of UBS. Read this story to know more about them.

Giving the Very Best Version of the Bible to China

2019 marks the 100th anniversary of the Chinese Union Version Bible (or CUV), known as 和合本圣经 in Mandarin. Over the years, the availability of the Bible in the Chinese language has played a significant role in the growth of the Church. This brief summary of the Why, How and Impact of the CUV Bible is a wonderful testimony of God's hand over the work in China.

Urgency of Equipping China’s Pastors

Pastors in China have few opportunities for further equipping after graduating from seminaries. Many are also feeling inadequate in ministry. Find out what UBS is doing to help.

Refreshing and Invigorating the Shepherds

JIANGSU, China – The second Jiangsu Pastors’ Training was held from 18-22 April at Jiangsu Theological Seminary. Attended by 70 elders, pastors and preachers...

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