Articles in this Issue
From the desk of the guest editor.
Starting in 1818 and continuing to the present, the author provides an overview of the history of student ministry in China.
Adapting to Present Realities
Chen gives us a look at the past 30 years or so of student ministry in mainland China. He explains the various groups, churches, and agencies that have been involved with campus ministries and other venues.
This article addresses the joys, challenges, and frustrations of reaching students from ethnic minority groups in China.
The Role of Foreigners, Past and Present
Brookings presents the shifting roles that foreigners have had in student ministry pre-1949 through the present. As awareness of the importance of this ministry increases, he considers how the role of foreigners continues to change.
Opportunities and Challenges
The author gives examples of students who became involved with missions and how this occurred; she looks at mission mobilization events and considers some of the challenges faced as students move into cross-cultural situations to present the gospel.
A Book Review.
This brief volume covers David Adeney’s involvement in student ministry as well as events that occurred during that turbulent time in China—the backdrop of WWII, civil war, and the communist takeover.
A ChinaSource staff member describes a decades-old international student outreach to students in her neighborhood and references the long history of student ministry in China noting that the length and breadth of China-related student ministry were too great to deal with in just one issue of CSQ.
Image credit: Adam Cohn via Flickr.
Tim Brookings (pseudonym) grew up in Massachusetts and went to university to study engineering, but soon felt God’s call into student ministry. He has lived in western China for most of the last 11 years, with a four-year gap from 2011 until May 2015 to study theology. Beginning in August …View Full Bio