Should We Still Consider China?
Seeing how long it takes to recruit and get a worker on the ground in China, I think that we are very wrong to stop recruiting for the Middle Kingdom. China is still a country with many who need Christ. Though the opportunities may be fewer and different, please don’t stop considering China!
Yes, Yes, Yes—Member Care Is Part of the Mission
A Reader Responds to the Autumn 2022 ChinaSource Quarterly
While creating awareness for the need of member care for Chinese missionaries, I have struggled to find solid, culturally correct resources. This Quarterly is truly a gift with so much to discover, so much more than a wrapping and big ribbon.
A New Year for Those Living in China’s New Normal
As we end one year and begin a new one, it’s time to look back and reflect—and take a deep breath, bracing ourselves for what is to come in 2022. And as we look back and prepare for the future, we do so with open hearts and anticipation, and with awareness of the world around us.
I’m Fine but Sometimes I Don’t Feel That Way
I keep hearing that phrase, “back to normal,” over and over again as I care for people in China and its neighbouring countries. “No more lockdown and COVID is almost over, so we’re fine now” . . . or we think we should be.
It’s Easter. It’s Been a Long Time. Why Am I Still Hurting?
Because that’s how grief works. It is not just a once in a lifetime thing, it comes back at unexpected moments.
Counseling in China—More “Same Same, but Different”
In the wake of COVID-19, what is available and accepted for dealing with mental health issues?
Lockdown Is Over, but Life Is Still Not Normal
Anxiety and depression have increased around the world during the coronavirus in 2020 and China is no exception.
So, Are You Ready? Again?
We’ve heard from those who had to leave China and have continued their journeys. Is there anything we can take with us for the journeys we are on?
In a New Home in Asia
Hearing from those who are in new places and new ministries in Asia.
Grief—What about the Kids?
What impact does it have on a child who suddenly needs to leave the country that has been home?