In the same way that shifting winds affect the environment in Beijing, the shifting political and social winds affect the environment for those serving the church in China.
In this new ebook, Brent Fulton unpacks seven emerging trends that we see impacting the nature and scope of foreigners serving in China.
Writing in the introduction, Brent says,
The traditional roles of foreign Christians in China are changing. For the past three and half decades, foreign believers have traditionally served in one of two ways. They have sought to witness for Christ as professionals in education, business, or humanitarian endeavors, or they have served the indigenous church directly, primarily in the field of training.
Today the maturing of the church, along with heightened official suspicion toward foreign involvement in China, are giving rise to new modes of engagement.
The ebook is now available on our website at 7 Trends Impacting Foreigners in China.
If you are serving in China, or making plans to do so, this is definitely something you will want to read.
Joann Pittman is senior vice president of ChinaSource and editor of ZGBriefs. Prior to joining ChinaSource, Joann spent 28 years working in China, as an English teacher, language student, program director, and cross-cultural trainer for organizations and businesses engaged in China. She has also taught Chinese at the University of Northwestern-St. Paul …View Full Bio
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