Kerry Schottelkorb

Kerry Schottelkorb

Rev. Kerry Schottelkorb is the president of ChinaSource.

For twenty years Kerry was involved in local church planting and youth ministry, both in the US and Hong Kong. He was the founding pastor of the Cle Elum Alliance Church in Cle Elum, Washington and one of two founding pastors of Evangelical Community Church in Hong Kong.

Kerry subsequently served as Vice President for Advancement for English Language Institute in China (ELIC) and the North American Director of Christian Action Asia.

Over the past 33 years, Kerry has been involved in ministry across China as a founding pastor of Evangelical Community Church in Hong Kong, Vice-President of Advancement for English Language Institute in China and the North American Director of Christian Action Asia. In these positions, Kerry has cultivated a keen love for China and Chinese ministry and developed a broad and diverse set of relationships across the US and Asia.

Kerry and his wife Debra began BridgeLives in 2007, providing leadership and team development to those primarily serving in an Asian context.

Kerry has a BA degree in history from Simpson College and an MA in theology from Fuller Theological Seminary.

Kerry is an encourager with a longstanding love for China and a passion for the nurturing and development of collaborative leaders.

The Schottelkorbs live in Los Angeles and have two children and nine grandchildren.

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Thank You, Father! Thank You, Dad!

Being thankful and saying thank you is important any time of year. Certainly in this Thanksgiving season I want to say thank you to the ChinaSource community for your friendship, love, and sacrificial involvement together with us.

ChinaSource Perspective

A Deep Well

In this issue, we are offered thoughtful articles which provide us with rich draughts of wisdom and experience. We will be drawing from this deep well for some time to come.

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Drinking from a Deep Well

A taste of the 2022 winter issue of ChinaSource Quarterly, "Chinese Christians in the New Era."

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Pausing to Say Thank You

And so, we give thanks for you. Whether you are a reader, a writer, an advisor, a financial partner, or a person of prayer, we are grateful for you!

ChinaSource Perspective

No Ordinary People

We are privileged to be introduced to men, women, and children who have experienced, and continue to experience, crushing loss through separation and discrimination. We hear their stories of perseverance, courage, and transformation in Christ.

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Gaining Perspective on the Chinese American Christian Diaspora

We are grateful to the contributors of the winter ChinaSource Quarterly for providing us the opportunity to be richly informed in such a crucial season. I hope we can all come to this reading as humble learners, challenged to seek, understand, and grow.

ChinaSource Perspective

A Rich Historical Ride

The president of ChinaSource, Rev. Schottelkorb, points out some of the highlights of this issue, especially the comprehensive historical context of Chinese Christianity in North America.

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Seeking Redemptive Recovery

A challenge and prayer for each of us seeking the God of recovery and revival.

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In the Valley of Vision

Humbled Before Him

The Puritans described it as the place “where I live in the depth, but see thee in the heights . . . that valley is the place of vision.”

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For Such a Time as This in Real Time

Even as the world is facing the worst pandemic in a century, I believe the Lord has given ChinaSource an important calling to continue helping forge collaborative oneness in Christ between the church in China and the global church, while amplifying Chinese church voices and bringing understanding to the church in the West.