Resources from Spring 2009
Editor's Note: This editorial originally appeared in "Partnering Towards Indigenization" (CS Quarterly, 2009 Spring).
Less is More
Discipling Believers in a Cross-Cultural Setting
When expatriates engage in discipleship within the Chinese context, some misconnects can occur. What are they and how can they be avoided?
A New Era for House Church Leaders
The church in China is experiencing change in strategy as well as a change in position. It is preparing to engage the world.
Wu's Journey to Faith
What are some obstacles to faith that Chinese individuals face? How can they be overcome?
Toward Healthy Partnerships in Leader Development
At a recent gathering of experienced church leaders and trainers from across China, participants were asked to reflect upon how the contributions of outside organizations could best promote the development of indigenous leader development. Here are some of their thoughts.
Partnering toward Indigenization
The themes that emerged from the Leader Development Consultaton held in November 2008 included principles of indigenized leader developement, mutual learning to achieve indigenization, and the pursuit of indigenization in light of globalization.
A Journey into the Future of a Rising Power
China Road: A Journey into the Future of a Rising Power by Rob Gifford. Reviewed by Kay Danielson