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Students in ESL class make Mother's Day cards, snapping a photo with a cell phone. Photo courtesy of blogger, ConnieinChina.

Recognizing mothers in America and China

“My teacher asked me to make a card for a mother. I chose you.” English instructor finds beautiful way to honor moms borrowing traditions from two cultures. Read More

A Pentecost remembrance: Tiananmen Square

Rev. Doris Kung Chi Pui Dalton reflects on 25th anniversary of the Tiananmen Square massacre. "Please lift up a prayer for the people of China.” Read More

Parishioners pray during worship at Chongwenmen Church in Beijing. Photo by Mike DuBose, UMNS

United Methodist staff connects with China partners

With first staff member based in China, church’s mission agency expects more mutual opportunities for service. Read More

The Church in China

Five-part UMNS series focuses on the growth and growing pains of Christianity in recent decades. Visit Site

The Church in China: Focus on disaster relief

When disaster strikes, Amity goes to front lines, a new action in a country where government traditionally managed disaster response. Read More

The Church in China: To serve God, society

For the past 28 years, the Amity Foundation has worked to assist those on the margins of Chinese society. Read More

The Church in China: Pews are full

Many of country's historic churches now filled with thousands-instead of hundreds-as young people turn to churches in large numbers. Read More

The Church in China: One pastor’s journey

At 69, he looks back on a Christian lifetime nurtured by his father and grandfather, who embraced the faith in the mid-19th century. Read More

United Methodism’s Chinese connections

Church's ties began in 1847 with arrival of Methodist Episcopal Church missionaries and continues today. Read More

The Church in China: A growth in size, faith

As the number of Christians in China climbs, Chinese faith leaders work to maintain relationships with faith groups internationally. Read More

The Church in China: A Bible printing press

It took 20 years to produce the first 50 million Bibles, but only five years to produce the next 50 million. Read More

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