For the past two decades the ChinaSource Quarterly has provided accurate, timely, and strategic analysis of the issues affecting the church and Christian ministry in China. As a platform for sharing diverse views from both within and outside China, the Quarterly encourages proactive thinking and the development of effective approaches to Christian service given the massive changes currently shaping China.
From feature-length articles that go deep into the trends impacting Chinese Christians to book and resource reviews, the ChinaSource Quarterly helps those engaging with China stay current on the issues that matter to them and to those whom they serve.
While we do not necessarily endorse every view expressed by our diverse group of contributors, we feel what they have to contribute is valuable and helps us all to better understand China, the church, and those who serve, both local and expatriate.
Walking with Leaders: Mentoring in a Chinese Context
Vol.16, No. 3
Partnering with Chinese Families to Educate Students in Christian U.S. High Schools
Vol. 16, No. 2
Confucius and Christ: Conflict, Compromise or Communication
Vol. 16, No. 1
Religious Policies in China and Their Influence on the Church
Vol. 15, No. 4
The Postmodern Generation and the Church in China
Vol. 15, No. 3
2013 Autumn Issue
What Every Expat in China Ministry Needs to Know…
Vol. 15, No. 2
Transforming Stewardship and Sustainability
Vol. 12, No. 4
2010 Winter Issue