Samuel Chiang

Rev. Samuel Chiang was born in Taiwan, grew up and worked in Canada, and graduated from Dallas Seminary. He has started several businesses including a foreign joint venture with a local government in China and also served as the Chief Operating Officer of TWR, an international media organization. He has written extensively on China and Asia, has authored book chapters in diverse genres including innovation, orality, and persecution and has been published in five languages. He has traveled extensively across Africa and currently serves as the Executive Director of the International Orality Network, a voluntary network of well over 1200 organizations dispersed across all time zones, that exists to influence the Body of Christ to make disciples of the 70% of the world’s population who are oral learners. He and his bride, Robbi, have three Gen Y children.

Book Reviews

The Dragon’s Gift

The Real Story of China in Africa

The reviewer discusses the author's argument that China has created her own path for aid, how this is working in Africa and what it means for the continent.

Lead Article

The Effects of China’s Global Trajectory

The effects of China's increasing global influence and involvement is being felt both around the world and at home in China.

Book Reviews

Into China and Beyond: A Timeless Journey of Faith

Jesus in Beijing: How Christianity is Transforming China and Changing the Global Balance of Power by David Aikman. 

The Heavenly Man: The Remarkable True Story of Chinese Christian Brother Yun by Paul Hattaway. 

Back To Jerusalem: Three Chinese House Church Leaders Share Their Vision to Complete The Great Commission by Brother Yun, Peter Xu Yongze and Enoch Wang with Paul Hattaway. 

Book reviews by Samuel E. Chiang.

Supporting Article

Challenges Facing China’s Church Leaders Today

Fast-paced changes pulverizing the Chinese culture, economy and education system are having a significant effect on the church in China. What are the challenges that today's church leaders face in the midst of that change?

Supporting Article

Deploying Appropriate Technology

The church in China is already using new technology in minsitry. Is it effective? Are there principles to be followed in using technology to convey the gospel?