Many Chinese Christians are convinced that they are set to become a powerful missionary force that will reach to the ends of the earth. Chinese believers know how to believe; they know how to pray; and they know how to remember and honor their spiritual heritage. These qualities are leading believers to engage directly with the rest of the world. The Coming Chinese Church tells stories of the Chinese revival previously unpublished in the West and offers prophetic insight into China's role in missions as it seeks to impact the world.
Drawing heavily on testimonies and stories from within the Chinese church, this luminous book deals with a number of major themes: confronting the challenges of secularism, anti-Christian sentiment, engaging with Islam, and personal and corporate revival.