Blog Entries from 2022

The Resource Library is where you will find the latest resources from across our publications.

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Second-Generation Chinese Youth—Kiwi and American

A Reader Responds

A reader discusses the similar challenges faced by second generation Chinese youth in the US and New Zealand. He concludes with an overview of strategies that might help Kiwi churches minister to the needs of their second generation.

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Ethical Storytelling

Everyone who has been to China, or met a Christian from China, or read or heard something about Christians in China, has a story to tell. But no one has the whole story.

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Know Thy IPG* Neighbor

Know Thy Hui Neighbor (10)

Who are the neighbors you want to reach for Christ?

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Being Prolife in China

How can the church make a difference when the state controls family life?

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Loving China from Overseas

Promoting Revival and Transformation

Chinese pastors in New Zealand realized that a new season was coming and for this reason, they all shared the vision of New Zealand standing up and praying for New Zealand, for other countries, and especially for China.

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Our Books for the Summer of 2022

In case you’re looking for summer reading ideas, here’s a list of books that are in the summer book bags of the ChinaSource team members.

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Can My Church and I Really Impact the People of China?

If there’s a university or college nearby, has your church seized this opportunity?

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Sharing the Good News with Hui

Know Thy Hui Neighbor (9)

What not to do and suggestions for getting started.

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The Chinese Diaspora in New Zealand and the Gospel

There is a renewed sense that God is calling the Chinese church in New Zealand to be part of the global advancement of the gospel. They may be geographically isolated, but they have a key role to play in what God is doing worldwide.

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Skills No Longer Needed

Re-entering a country that is “home” can be confusing. There is an unlearning—a releasing of some of the strategies that were only needed in a place with different rules and ways of living. We do not return as people who have stayed as we were before we left. There are things to shed; there are things to keep.