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Ministry transitions occur for a variety of reasons, but God is faithful and directs the paths of each person and family.
O Holy Night, The Disco Ball is Shining (December 12, 2017, Small Town Laowai)
Rather than a traditional song, a new pulsating dance song started blaring through the loudspeakers.
For Decades, China's Laborers Moved To Cities. Now They're Being Forced Out (December 6, 2017, NPR)
Beijing's plan to move millions of migrant workers, who perform essential services, out of the city,
Cheering China’s Urbana: Churches Poised to Become Major Exporters (November 27, 2017, Christianity Today)
When 1,200 youth gathered for the first Chinese “Urbana-style” missions conference this fall, 300 pledged to become full-time missionaries.
Christians of today need to hold the Bible in one hand and the daily newspaper in the other. Understanding both, with attention to the thrust of meaning of each, Christians can be a bridge facilitating God’s purposes in today’s world.
Reflecting on the response of earlier leaders of the Chinese church.
Each time we rehearse I've experienced a profound sense of fellowship with brothers and sisters while we practice for the Christmas program.
Understanding “Back to Jerusalem,” one of the roots of today’s missions movement from China.
ISM in China is commanded by God, has encouraging historical precedents, and makes sense strategically. So, who will do it?
Transition can point the way to a time of searching that reveals something deeper taking place in one’s life.
Ridding Beijing of unsafe and illegally built structures—is it about ridding the city of structures or people?
Writing in 2001, Dr. Carol Lee Hamrin anticipated the major milestones in a decade—the 2000s— that in many ways served as a defining period for China.
“The thirst for God and deeply rooted faith” is less prevalent today than it was twenty years go.
How is the Chinese government using cutting technology in their efforts to maintain social control?
I am a ChinaSource junkie! Since the early days of the China Challenge events I was hooked.
“We’re supposed to say thank you on this holiday?” says a puzzled student. “Whom do you thank, Teacher?” I would love to tell you.
How can a young Christian fit better in the workplace and bring faith to work?