Real Relations and Real Connections
A Reader Responds to the Autumn CSQ
Whether campus ministry continues to happen primarily online, changes back to in-person, or becomes a hybrid version of the two, building relationships with students is key for the development of campus ministry.
Student Ministry in China
Vol. 23, No. 2
Campus Ministry in Pre-1949 China
A Book Review.
This brief volume covers David Adeney’s involvement in student ministry as well as events that occurred during that turbulent time in China—the backdrop of WWII, civil war, and the communist takeover.
Campus Ministry within Mainland China
From the desk of the guest editor.
Campus Ministry in Mainland China
The Role of Foreigners, Past and Present
Brookings presents the shifting roles that foreigners have had in student ministry pre-1949 through the present. As awareness of the importance of this ministry increases, he considers how the role of foreigners continues to change.
After Four Years Away
The Joys and Challenges of Re-entering China
In addition to the superficial, easy-to-spot changes in China, there are also subtle changes that may affect serving in China in significant ways.