From the ChinaSource Archives

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Returnees—A Topic Worth Revisiting

Returnees is a topic that we continue to return to. We have dedicated two issues of CSQ to the topic and we will be including an update on returnee ministry in the 2021 autumn issue. Why is this topic worth revisiting?

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Prepping for the Olympics

To help our readers in their Olympic-watching prep, here is a story from Chinese Church Voices about a legendary Olympian—Li Yan, a short-track speed skating athlete and coach, who happens to be from China and happens to be a Christian.

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Rethinking Church in Today’s World

A continuing conversation on the use of digital tools and trends in how the church gathers for worship and teaching and how they serve their communities.

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Honoring Mothers—In China

Mother's Day. A good time to celebrate mothers.

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An Earlier CSQ Look at Women in China

From the 2002 summer issue of ChinaSource Quarterly.

Chinese Church Voices

A Letter from a Wuhan Pastor

Continue to Pray with Us

A letter to Christians from a pastor in Wuhan.

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Returning “Home”

Thinking through What Matters For Families

We continue to hear of cross-cultural workers and their families leaving China—often returning to a "home" culture that no longer feels quite like home. How can parents help their children through this transition?

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Learning to Be Hospitable

A family learns new ways to show hospitality and build relationships in China.

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A Christian’s Experience in Detention

Brother Xu Guoyong, co-founder of Oak Tree Press in Beijing, was tragically killed in an accident in January 2016. In this excerpt from his writings he reflected on the time he spent imprisoned for his faith. 

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Talking about Sensitive Issues

The conversation taught me the importance of relational trust and humility in addressing sensitive historical topics and the vital role of self-critique in forming the most important of connections: ones that bring us closer to our shared sense of brokenness and the need for grace beyond what we can muster.