Prepared in Advance
God is not limited, and we can trust that he is still working, in advance, in the hearts of those we meet on our campuses.
Member Care for Workers from China—a Growing Understanding
Let’s continue to learn from our Chinese brothers and sisters and join with them to support their efforts in bringing the gospel to those who have yet to hear.
Yes, You Can Impact the People of China
Earlier this summer we posted an article, “Can My Church and I Really Impact the People of China?” The answer to that question, both from the article itself and from my experience, is a resounding yes.
A COVID-Fatigue Antidote
Wherever you are in this (third) summer of pandemic, may the Lord make his face to shine upon you.
Praying through the Quarterly
While not always explicit, our hope has always been that the content provided by ChinaSource, whether in the journal or in the publications and events that followed, would stir believers to pray for China.
When a Canadian Swimmer Lit Up Chinese Social Media
Margaret MacNeil's win in the women's 100-meter butterfly this week drew attention not just because of what she accomplished but because of who she is.
Too Much for One Issue
A ChinaSource staff member describes a decades-old international student outreach to students in her neighborhood and references the long history of student ministry in China noting that the length and breadth of China-related student ministry were too great to deal with in just one issue of CSQ.
Student Ministry—Too Much for One Issue
A ChinaSource Perspective on the coming 2021 summer issue of CSQ, "Student Ministry in China."
When Your Friends Speak Another Language
A New Resource from China Academic Consortium
An Exploration of Christian Theology by Dr. Don Thorsen has been translated into Chinese and is now available.
Poetry in Blood
A Book Review
Lian Xi recounts the story of a Chinese, Christian, political dissident during the Mao era. Imprisoned, tortured, and then executed in 1968 at the height of the Cultural Revolution, Lin Zhao wrote from prison using her own blood. The author draws on these writings as well as a wide range of interviews to tell her story.