[Outbound]: Noodle School (August 13, 2018, Smart Shanghai) I know all of this about hand-pulled noodles, and more. And still, I am a noodle school dropout.Keep Reading
The guest editor's perspective.
The author looks at the history of denominationalism in China and discusses what being part of a denomination means.
[Outbound]: Noodle School (August 13, 2018, Smart Shanghai) I know all of this about hand-pulled noodles, and more. And still, I am a noodle school dropout.
Remaking China’s Civil Society in the Xi Jinping Era (August 2, 2018, China File) Xi is advancing an ambitious effort to remake civil society in the Party-state’s image.
How a Chinese cook helped establish Yosemite and the National Park Service (July 22, 2018, NBC News) “Hundreds of Chinese go to Yosemite. ... Imagine what the experience would be for them if they knew that Chinese worked on these roads over a hundred years ago.”
“Partnership” can mean many different things to different people. An infographic from Missio Nexus provides a helpful framework for developing effective partnerships.
“One heart, one life, and every last cent for the Lord.” Such was the slogan of Shen Yiping, a founding elder of the China Gospel Fellowship house church network. Shen Yiping died on July 14, 2018.
Ten years ago I was in Beijing during the 2008 Olympic Games. I had been in the city since it was announced as the host, and watched it get ready— stadiums to construct; roads to build; subway lines to put in. The city transformed itself before our eyes.
A conversation with sociologist and author Li Ma.
The story of one Christian ministry doing difficult but life-changing work in China’s red light districts.
This tendency towards fixing (be it personal or societal) can often be a cultural clash point. We look around and see so much that we don’t understand and the “why” questions start bubbling to the surface. Is our motivation to fix what we perceive as broken, or to learn how the society is organized...
A glimpse of how two families live their lives recycling plastic waste in China.
What are the new challenges facing Christians in China?
The pastor of a rural congregation shares the challenges his church faces.
TCKs do not grow up in any one culture, but in between them, under the influence of multiple cultures.
Today the question foreign organizations are asking (or should be asking) is how to serve with the church in China.
A pastor shares his grandmother’s moving testimony as a shimu, pastor’s wife, in a time of war and hardship, and how she impacted his call to ministry.
Some perfect holiday reading for the mountains or the beaches, or anywhere you find yourself this summer!