Why are many Chinese believers who go overseas for seminary training not returning to China to serve?.
Are doors opening for Chinese Christians to be reaching Muslims with the gospel?
A look at a Chinese, indigenous sending agency and the work they are doing to send workers out to reach the nations.
Is there a place for experienced western cross-cultural workers in the sending of Chinese workers to unreached people?
In recent years Chinese cross-cultural workers have started to be sent out to other countries but there has not been a great amount of effectiveness in their work. One reason for their lack of effectiveness is that many who want to serve cross-culturally do not have formal education, often having not gone to high school, much less to college.
Education is a major issue for cross-cultural workers who serve overseas with their families. Most families choose to put their kids in an international school, a local school, or to homeschool full-time at home. All of these have their pros and cons.
Theological training for Chinese believers is needed; several types of training are available. What are the advantages and disadvantages of each type of training?
Come visit me at the “Waffle House” of northwest China!
In the “Teaching across Cultures” class I took last month with Dr. Craig Ott, he had us read The Geography of Thought: How Asians and Westerners Think Differently . . . and Why by Richard Nisbett. The crux of the book’s argument is that Westerners and Asians think differently because of their different ancient roots.