Proclaiming the Truth with New Media
Our world has more Chinese speakers than any other language, the majority of whom live in a country where the government restricts Western mission organizations from working there. But the gospel can’t be stopped. God is doing wonders through the local Chinese Church, and despite the government’s best efforts, the Christian faith is taking root in China.
Most recently, our Chinese ministry team has had to make a large shift from mainly online ministry to publishing print materials. This change came after the government in China took down the majority of our websites and social media pages.
Our connections in North America, as well as in parts of mainland China, will serve us well as we share new books with Christian leaders. You can view descriptions (in English and Chinese) of all of the books and order them for yourself on this page.
Greetings from Jerry An
Featured Chinese Media Outreach
The Song of a Wanderer Series
A series of books that wrestle with questions about the Christian faith. Most recently, the Chinese ministry published the fourth full-length book, In Every Season, a collection of 40 unique testimonies of Chinese Christians telling about the faith of their parents and grandparents.
A Story From the Chinese Ministry
In Chinese, the name Mingli means “fame and fortune,” and Yanfei means “to spread her wings and fly.” When a couple named Mingli and Yanfei, with law degrees from China’s elite Peking University, got jobs involving some of China’s most high-profile cases, they felt that success was their destiny.
“Everything in our world seemed to be under control,” Mingli reflected. “We had a career-oriented, well-off, and worry-free family in Beijing.”
But that sense of control began to deteriorate a few...Read the Rest
last year we distributed more than 23,000 print materials at colleges, conferences, and at other events where Chinese-speaking disciplers and seekers were present
More than 700,000 online readers access The Chinese Today every month
Last year, in addition to our daily devotional videos, we created 21 new videos to engage Christians in their faith
Pastor Jerry An
“We pray that we can become a team that is always learning, always growing, and always striving for excellence.
Since joining ReFrame Ministries in October 2013, Jerry has established the new media ministry as a pioneer and think tank for Chinese-speaking churches worldwide.
Originally from Hebei, China, Jerry moved to the United States in 1998. In 2004, he received an MBA from Azusa Pacific University. He is working toward a Doctor of Ministry from Calvin Theological Seminary.
Jerry and his wife, Gloria, have one son.
More Chinese Media Outreach
Mobile App: Be Thou My Rhythm
Be Thou My Rhythm is a new media ministry that uses mobile devices and social media to distribute life-changing content every day. We work in partnership with more than 80 Christian ministries to provide engaging Biblical content, life-application tools, and a Christian perspective to cultural issues.
Our editorial team chooses and refines the content every day. Be Thou My Rhythm offers eight main categories of Bible-based information to choose from, allowing the users to customize it according to their individual needs.
Daily Devotional: Daily Proverbs - Be Thou My Wisdom
The Daily Proverbs is a daily devotional, mirroring the English version of Today. It has been published for 25 years and can be read or heard online, by mobile app, via social media (Facebook , Weibo, WeChat, Sinablog, and YouVersion in China), and by email subscription.
Chinese New Media Conferences
ReFrame Ministries (BTGMI) Chinese ministry hosts conferences to promote the development and education of Christian-based new media, making an impact on Chinese speakers worldwide.