Chinese Youth Hungry for Word of God

Bibles for China fb-compressedChina (Mission Network News) The Chinese government, which hasn’t actually banned religion, is atheist itself. This has resulted in an entire generation literally following the leader and ignoring Christ.

Yet, Bibles for China has noted a pattern over the last few years. Young people have started abandoning the atheistic beliefs of their parents and grandparents. Now they are craving and seeking the Word of God.

“There are people in China that are having [a] revelation that something happened,” explains Wendell Rovenstine of Bibles for China. “The spirit touched them, and until we go and share God’s Word … they really don’t know what’s taking place.”

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