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It’s not easy to be a Christian in China.

But despite opposition, the Chinese church continues to grow. That’s why we started broadcasting Pastor Ray’s translated sermons into China. We also developed the Chinese website (translated “Firmly Believe the Truth”) so that Chinese pastors and Christian workers could access all our audio and written
sermons online.

Two years ago we began our radio broadcast into China. Then we added a Mandarin website ... then smartphone apps ... then personal distribution of materials on flash drives to house church pastors ... and then we began posting sermons on Chinese discussion boards. Recently we’ve used Google AdWords and Chinese social media to advertise our website. We now have over 200 sermons and podcasts on the KBM China website.

China website

Keep Believing China website

Internet use in China has increased dramatically. Today, the country ranks number one in Internet use across the globe. Fewer and fewer Chinese Pastors and Christians access short wave radio. To maximize our ministry we’re shifting our focus away from radio to the further development of the Chinese website, known today as the China Resource Library. The library provides audio sermons, sermon transcripts, books and devotionals for Chinese pastors and Mandarin speaking Christians.

We’re excited to see thousands of visitors from 102 countries and over 220 different cities across China visit our Mandarin website.

As China changes rapidly, more and more people have Internet access. We’re moving away from radio so that we can focus on providing biblical material through the Internet. Already more people access our materials through smartphone apps and the Mandarin website than through the radio broadcasts. Making this change allows us to reach more people 24/7/365 for less money, reducing our costs from $110,000 to $56,000 per year.

The following series are currently available on the Keep Believing China website:
• An Anchor for the Soul
• Daniel
• Romans: God’s Good News
• Romans: New Life in Christ
• Romans: The Transformed Life
• Galatians
• 1 Peter
• The Apostles Creed
• Conversations with Jesus
• Deeper Meaning of the Cross
• Elijah: God’s Mountain Man
• Experiencing God Today: Six Sermons on the Holy Spirit
• Joyful Living
• The Overcoming Series
• Passing the Torch – 2 Timothy
• Praying with Paul

New content coming later in 2014:
• A Mandarin Advent Devotional for December
• A Mandarin Translation of “Man of Honor”
• A Series on Forgiveness
• A Series on Genesis 1-11
• A Series on Marriage

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