God is powerfully at work in China, even amid trying times. While the number of foreign Christians decrease, regulations increase, and some ministry doors have closed, the Great Commission calling and promise remains sure. Despite the challenges, God is opening up still more ministry gateways.
This moment requires wisdom, perseverance, and unity. In this complex environment, collaborative innovation is essential for gospel advance. That’s why strategic partnerships hold tremendous value. Organizations united in prayer and cooperating in their efforts are better equipped to face current challenges while also increasing their impact.
ChinaSource facilitates these vital connections between the global and Chinese church. Here are two examples where ChinaSource has joined with other leaders to multiply their gospel work:
- Beijing Brief, a conference which convenes more than 80 ministries, fosters cooperative partnerships to reach China more effectively together and facilitates new and ongoing kingdom-advancing collaborations.
- Prayer 24 is a movement of Chinese diaspora leaders to plan and build new, English-language prayer networks to mobilize vital prayer support, especially among young people.
Will you help ChinaSource build upon these strategic networks in the year ahead with a financial gift? Your contribution will directly catalyze connections between global and Chinese believers for the sake of the gospel.
Even though obstacles to ministry in China are on the rise, our Heavenly Father continues to open new doors for ChinaSource. Thanks to many generous gifts, including one for US$60,000, we now have only US$139,705 remaining in our year-end goal! Your gift is extremely important in helping us finish the year strong so we can hit the ground running in 2024.
Thank you for your prayers and financial support, helping us to make the most of these opportunities!
Peter Arneson serves ChinaSource as the Director of Advancement, helping supporters connect the dots between passion for ministry to Chinese and opportunity to engage. Other than the Hong Kong airport, Peter has never been to China but has a passion for serving the global church. View Full Bio
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