Cindy Cheng

Press Service International

Cindy Cheng was born and brought up in central China. Cindy enjoys travelling and reading history books. Cindy is inspired by talking with local people when travelling abroad experiencing different parts of the world, as well as herself.

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  • A visit to foster home

    Together with 3 friends, I visited Julia’s foster home last week. We mainly helped to play with the children, feed them food, weed the garden and clean the yard. It was such a full and interesting day that I couldn’t help thinking of it after I was back home.

  • Is everyone inquiring about your marriage?

    Young people in China are becoming older and older before getting married. It has evolved as a social phenomenon that almost every press or social media forum reports about from time to time.

  • The true renewal 

    In this ever-updating era, we tend to expect renewals now and then in our lives. We want something new to happen so that life appears more diverse than yesterday. We desire something upgraded so that we are not behind the latest trend. Like many people in my age, I fell into the pit of refreshing my life with new things recently.

  • Thorn in the flesh

    As finite and fragile human beings, we deal with various diseases throughout our lives. Some of them are treatable, while some are incurable and people live with them until they die.

  • Where to store your wealth

    Chinese Lunar New Year fell on February 12th this year. I went back to my hometown to spend this traditional festival with my family as usual.

  • In understanding God’s word  

    As Christians, we are taught that the scripture is breathed out by God and used for equipping God’s people for good work.

  • A cloud of witness

    As the created, we all have a story to be told about our Creator, which makes it the unique witness of God’s imprint in our lives. As a young Christian, I’m blessed to be surrounded by many faithful witnesses. Every one of them has inspired me in different ways with their personal stories.

  • Count my blessings

    As an amateur writer, I find almost every article a bittersweet experience each month. Deep down, I understand that writing is the right thing to do and I have enjoyed it despite the “headache” during the process

  • The Cindy Cheng Story

     “Do I have a personal story to tell?” I asked myself when I was told to write one. If I strip away all the labels, experiences and hobbies, what will be left as my unique story?  As the Creator is the writer of my story, I would like to share the personal and commonplace one that God gives to every Christian, including me.

  • On Family

    Everyone comes from a family and bears the imprint of it. As for me, I am blessed to have three families: my original family in Hubei, a church family in Beijing and the heavenly home that God promised, and they all play vital roles in my life as I grow.