The story of Christianity in China is an amazing one. Missionaries have been going to China for centuries, but at the time that the Communists kicked them out in 1949, the church was still rather small. Since then it has boomed -- without the help of Western Missionaries. Yes, it has suffered persecution, but the church has thrived nonetheless. In this helpful essay, Paul Chang invites us to dwell not on the persecution suffered, but the values developed -- values that are appealing to Chinese people growing ill at ease by the hyper capitalism that has grabbed a hold of the nation. Take a look, read, and consider!