Chinese House Churches

Marie Monsen, a single Lutheran missionary from Norway, was the unlikely vessel used by God to bring powerful revival to many parts of China in the 1920s and 1930s. Such was the impact of this softly spoken woman that today, many believers in China respectfully call her the “mother of the house churches.” We hope you will be challenged by her testimony and message, which is desperately needed in the Church around the world today.

The Norwegian Lutheran China Mission sent ten new missionaries to China in 1901–02 to reinforce their work. One of the new recruits was a single woman named Marie Monsen. Nobody would have believed that this small, humble figure would have such an impact over the next 30 years.

Read more at “Marie Monsen – The Mother of the Chinese House Churches”

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