Faith in the Wilderness

ebook Words of Exhortation from the Chinese Church

By Hannah Nation

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"If we want revival in our communities, then let us learn from those being revived."


For many Western Christians, the experience of suffering and persecution is remote. For Chinese Christians, on the other hand, persecution is a regular aspect of the Christian life. If a Christian from the West was transported to a Chinese house church, the topic of suffering would be ever-present in preaching and conversation. With decades of persecution under the thumb of the Chinese Communist Party and a rich theology of suffering, the Chinese house church movement has much to contribute theologically to the global church.


In Faith in the Wilderness, editors Hannah Nation and Simon Liu pull together the insights of the Chinese Church for the West. These sermonic letters from Chinese Christians, some written under pseudonyms to protect the authors' identities, will awaken readers to the reality of the gospel—the ground of our hope—in the midst of darkness. Readers will be convicted, encouraged, and edified by the testimony of these Chinese Christians. 


"Let us learn from the witness of our Chinese brothers and sisters so that we can stand fast all the better as we face trials wherever we live." —Tim Keller, from the foreword

Faith in the Wilderness