Amazingly, the gospel is not just good news for the non-Christian but the Christian as well. It is not just a milestone that you achieve. It is an epicenter that you need to constantly stand in, stand on, and stand for.
Kathmandu, the capital city of Nepal has been hit with the pandemic like the rest of the world. Watch this video to find out about City to City Nepal’s two-fold response to the pandemic.
The Gospel gives us a new perspective of the Chinese culture and what every family reunion points to – the ultimate reunion with God – the true harmony of an everlasting family.
What are you anxious about? Do your worries surface any idols? Is there something you are turning to for fulfillment rather than Jesus?
Disruptive. But Enriching. That about sums up 2020.
Who would have thought that we would not be able to worship together in person for nine months? Much of what was planned did not materialize the way we envisaged.
There is so much to be thankful for in a year that almost slipped by unnoticeably.
In the face of the COVID-19 pandemic, churches and networks all over the world have been reconsidering the way they normally function. Many have had to give up on plans that they had for the year. Gospel City Network (GCN), Malaysia, would attest to that as they had a lot of re-ordering to do when it came to their plans for 2020.
Paul Ling from Kuching, Malaysia, attended the Asia Intensive in Bangkok this March and he went out of the Intensive with much eagerness and passion to start his ministry in Kuching but God had different plans for his life and the pandemic has made him realize that. This is his story narrated in a recent interview with City to City Asia Pacific.
The extent of loss and hardship during this time is beyond measure. I don’t know what you are enduring right now, whether it is the loss of a loved one, the loss of a job, depression from isolation, a struggle to cope with an addiction…need I go on? Even those who have skated through this pandemic without major losses are possibly, even probably, struggling emotionally or motivationally.
In this interview, Rev. Wong explains why he thinks Chinese Christians should not discard many aspects of their culture. He also suggests ways in which some of these festivals can be redeemed and celebrated.