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With the lack of pastoral ethics and recent church expansion, the use of power often becomes a problem. The causes of power abuse and the church’s response are explored.
‘I don’t’: why China’s millennials are saying no to marriage (August 10, 2019, South China Morning Post) A generation of Chinese is in no rush to tie the knot. These young people are creating a ‘single society’ with implications for individuals and for the country as a whole.
An Illustrated Guide to Chinese Dumplings (July 25, 2019, Radii China) From soup to rice, here's a handy guide to the most popular types of Chinese dumplings
Redeeming China’s sweatshops: Christianity and migrant factory workers in Shenzhen (July 31, 2019, Asia Dialogue) The culture of Christianity, such as fellowships, Bible study classes, choir and Christmas celebrations, is increasingly popular among rural migrant workers…
How China is slowly expanding its power in Africa, one TV set at a time (July 24, 2019, CNN) Xi's dream was to upgrade huge swathes of Africa to modern, digital satellite TV networks, […] so long, in fact, that a TV channel from Beijing could be beamed to African homes....
Once we understand that the world in which we minister has changed significantly, then we are in a position to reassess more accurately what our role ought to be in the global church.
How involved is the church in China in cross-cultural missions? A Chinese Christian who has been involved long term in motivating, training, sending, and serving ethnic minorities in China shares about current missions efforts among Chinese churches.
Understanding believers with fear culture backgrounds—a story.
A hymn that is much loved by Chinese Christians who worship in unregistered churches as well as those who worship in registered churches.
Before we can assess our role in the global church we must first have an accurate picture of the church around the world today.
Learn about the historical, social, and political context of Christians in China, as well as the external and internal challenges they are facing today.
A survey of more than 60 figures and creatures from Chinese mythical, historical, and religious sources.
Barriers and keys to finishing well as a leader.
Pastor Chen Shengfeng pours a “bucket of cold water” on zealous and idealistic seminary graduates entering ministry.