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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.
Forbidden Feeds: Government Controls on Social Media in China (March 13, 2018, Pen) A look at how the Party monitors and controls online expression, particularly on social media platforms.
China’s Cities Are Making Migrant Workers Profoundly Lonely (March 6, 2018, Sixth Tone) Shenzhen is hardly anyone’s laojia. Of the millions of people who live here, most have ties with the city that stretch back no further than a generation.
Xi Won’t Go: A ChinaFile Conversation (February 25, 2018, China File)
What do constitutional changes mean for Chinese politics, political reform, and relations with the rest of the world?
If you are serving in China, or making plans to do so, this is definitely something you will want to read.
Teaching is full of first impressions and often they are not what the teacher is expecting.
A sneak preview of the 2018 spring issue of ChinaSource Quarterly, "Contextualization and the Chinese Church."
The temporary shift of church members from urban to rural and back to urban again during the Chinese New Year causes a Chinese Christian to reflect on the long-term challanges of China's urban migration.
Laughing, cringing, reminiscing, and learning; reading my way through Love, Amy: An Accidental Memoir told in Newsletters from China was indeed an adventure.
What difficulties do youth in China face today? How do Chinese youth pastors tackle ministry challenges? And the frustrations?
Hope in the face of devastating loss. A film about child trafficking in China.
A less visible, but equally significant, contribution of Billy Graham.
Tools in English and Chinese for praying for unreached people groups.
A conversation on effective partnering in the Chinese context.