Toward a Set of Shared Considerations for Outside Involvement in Chinese Leadership Development
In the decades since China's opening to the outside world, literally hundreds of organizations, educational institutions and churches have responded to the perceived need for training leaders to shepherd China's rapidly growing church. A discussion of what role Christians from outside China should play in responding to the need as the church grows and develops.
What Is Our Role?
In the last decade or so, there has been an increasing realization in the church around the world—especially in areas of fast church growth—of the need to build leaders. In response, there has been a steady growth of "leader development ministries." But, what exactly does a "leader development ministry" do?
Peoples of China
The background, education and experience of house church leaders of China varies greatly. These profiles provide a glimpse of that variety and the challenges these leaders face.
The Five Dysfunctions of a Team by Patrick Lencioni.
Reviewed by Gary Waldron
From the editor's point of view ...
A Chinese pastor shares his experience of participating in a leadership training program.