Treasures at the Market
This little analogy from the retail world breaks down easily. But it does make me stop and think. Am I one of the “half-hearted creatures…fooling about when infinite joy is offered?”
Saving Grandmother’s Face and Other Tales from Christian Teachers in China
A Book Review
While it is difficult for foreigners to teach in China today, it is not impossible and still well worthwhile. The book reviewed here will bring back poignant memories for many and, we trust, be a reminder to pray for those who are still teaching in China.
The Students Who Taught the Teacher
It’s my prayer that one day all Chinese children with challenges like Hannah’s will pray to my God as well as have the educational opportunities they need.
What China Offers
China has five main service groups currently helping children up to age 20 who have learning disabilities: government organizations, families, private schools and education companies, foreign workers, and local churches.
Special Education through a Teacher’s Eyes
As an English-language teacher of adults, I was quite unaware of the needs or developments in the field of special education in China.
A Superlative Sabbath
In all our discussions on what to sing or study, when and where to meet and for how long, to have snacks or not, who was to teach—there was never a thought of not meeting.
Why Not Shout Together?
The Joy of the Resurrection
“He’s the Lamb! They always killed a lamb at that time! He died at that time. He’s the Lamb that died—but he came back to life!”
I Wish They Knew
A university teacher in China answers the question, "Do you have a list of things you wish foreigners knew when they came to your campus?”
Merry Christmas! May you be filled with the joy of Jesus’ birth; the news that cannot be canceled.
No Language Requirement
China has offered me the most experiences for worshiping outside of my culture and this morning my mind wandered back to my first Sunday morning there.