Li Sha

Li Sha (李沙) has been serving in Chinese ministry since 1991. She was the president of a student exchange organization in the 1990s before becoming the Director of Strategic Partnerships for a leader development ministry. She is now serving in family ministry.

Peoples of China

For Such a Time as This

Exploring the current trend of many Mainland youth to receive their education outside of China, the authors examine cultural and societal issues that can help us understand the situations and challenges these students face as they study in Western countries.

Supporting Article

Family Ministry Approaches

Three Models toward a Lifestyle

Parents have the primary responsibility to disciple their childrennot the church or the school. Three approaches are discussed and evaluated with practical suggestions for churches to support parents.

Peoples of China

As the Family Goes, So Goes the Church

Where does the responsibility for teaching children spiritual concepts lie? Who is most influential in a child's spiritual life? Are the next generation of the Chinese church leadership being nurtured effectively?