Beth Forshee studied journalism and public relations at Baylor University in Waco, TX and has been serving in various aspects of ministry to China for over 13 years. Her love for China’s culture and people started on her first short-term trip in 2001. Later Beth and her family served in Xi’an for seven years before relocating to Grand Rapids, Michigan.
While in China Beth studied language, worked alongside various local ministries in community development, orphan care, and English teaching in rural villages all while homeschooling her two children. During their last three years in China, Beth and her husband David were member care and regional leaders for their team.
Beth enjoys reading, traveling, art, discussion with friends over a good cup of coffee, and nature. Identifying as a pilgrim on a faith journey, Beth recently started a blog inviting other believers to share their stories and find community while on life’s journey You can visit her site at: www.alongthewanderingway.com.
Having finally gotten into the medical system and now on their way toward treatment, Beth and her family journeyed further into the shame, ignorance, and difficulties hiding those living with HIV in China.