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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.
Tea if by sea, cha if by land: Why the world only has two words for tea (January 11, 2018, Quartz)
There are only two ways to say "tea" in the world and both versions come from China.
Livestreaming Country Life Is Turning Some Chinese Farmers into Celebrities (January 3, 2018, NPR)
Each day, farmer Liu livestreams video of his life in rural Sichuan province to nearly 200,000 subscribers
99 Questions for Global Families (digging for gold in your own home) (January 2, 2018, The Culture Blend)
This is what I’m finding — The questions may be simple but the answers are pure and priceless.
An interview with the author of Shanghai Faithful: Betrayal and Forgiveness in a Chinese Christian Family.
A ChinaSource 3 Question Interview with one of the authors of Surviving the State, Remaking the Church: A Sociological Portrait of Christians in Mainland China.
Experienced missions workers talk about challenges and opportunities for the Chinese church.
Is this part of a broad campaign or a local dispute? At this point, it’s hard to know for sure.
What rings true and what needs to be challenged?
Seeking to facilitate strategic, comprehensive, and specific prayer for China.
Serving hearing-impaired children and adults in Changsha.
How the church weathers the uncertain days ahead will depend on a number of factors. Here are five areas to watch.
The challenge going forward is to rethink what it means to serve in this new era.