Giving voice to God's work in Asia
Listen to what this Deaf college student has to say about serving in South Asia
IMB Deaf Peoples has opportunities for you to go short-term or long-term to make the Gospel known among the Deaf of the world. Will you answer God's call?
Learning the Bible in his native sign language is Bi’s favorite part of storying. All his life he looked for teachers who could help him understand.
Christmas lights flicker on the bedroom ceiling, signaling Matthew Davis* that someone’s at the door. It’s Monday – his friends have come to learn a new Bible story.
Family fun in China
We found the mermaid! http://eastasianpeoples.imb.org/connect/view/finding-faith-in-foshan #Starbucks
Chinese believers in rural areas learn worship songs by repetition http://bit.ly/UOkdum
Many, if not most, TSPM churches have small bookstores where members and visitors can buy Bibles, hymnbooks, Christian books and gifts. Bibles are generally only available for purchase at Christian bookstores such as the church bookstores.
“As long as we don’t cause trouble, they leave us alone,” the pastor says. http://bit.ly/1peaJX7
The Mu’en Church in downtown Shanghai has a prominent location amidst high-rise buildings near People’s Park and Nanjing Road.
A believer in China holds a Chinese hymnbook during a worship service
“The day where we arrive in a city and we go for months and months and never find a Christian are really gone."
Practicing tai chi in Maoming, China. http://eastasianpeoples.imb.org/connect/view/hope-for-maoming
This man gave our AsiaStories staff directions on a recent assignment
This shoe repairman may never hear that Christ died for him. Will you consider praying, giving or going? http://bit.ly/1mBaD4A
Portrait of a Chinese tea shop
Cities in China still need to hear the Gospel. Who will go? Who will share? http://bit.ly/1pbOqjN
The Chinese fan dance has been a part of Chinese culture for thousands of years. Many people practice this art form in Chinese parks
Quite possibly the cutest elderly man. We love how his hair sticks up. He's performing tai qi. Photo taken in a park in Maoming, China.
Smiles to brighten your hump day
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