Recently in the course of one day three events happened to trigger a prayer in my heart.
As the first quarter of 2010 comes to an end, we are delighted to report that so far this year a further 315,000 copies of our books have been printed and distributed in China. This includes 40,000 copies of our newest book on Mark's Gospel, which will give believers a better understanding of this Gospel and also help church leaders to teach their congregations.
In February, a senior police officer stood trial in Chongqing on charges of corruption, rape and protecting criminal gangs.
Following the riots in China's Tibetan regions during 2008 and further disturbances in the time since then, access to these areas has been restricted.
"Hundreds of people in China believe they might have a new disease with HIV-like symptoms," according to the BBC, "but doctors suggest their illness could be the result of a mental rather than a physical condition."
The face of the church in China is changing. "The house church movement is moving away from existing as an invisible secret body," reports China Source.