Inside the Wall--Living Incarnationally
3 Reasons to Celebrate from One Who Stayed
For those of us “left behind” or who chose to stay behind in China, there has been much to lament. But, there has also been much to celebrate.
Kids and Masks—Challenges in the Pandemic
As COVID-19 lingers on, it does not seem that this threat to public health has caused our Chinese friends to question eternal things more than before. We do, however, have open doors with neighbors that we never had before.
Peace on the Inside
We would never have asked to go through this period, and we are hoping we won’t have an encore performance with a second wave this winter, but we are thankful for God’s unwavering presence throughout this crazy year.
Choosing to face hardship—for remaining in China seemed foolish to almost everyone back in February—has brought us tremendous blessing, as each of us has experienced in the most concrete ways imaginable the solid trustworthiness of God’s promise: “My grace is sufficient for you, for my power is made perfect in weakness.”
Living Incarnationally—Inside the Wall
Hearing from three individuals who experienced lockdown life in China—including in Wuhan—with their co-workers, friends, and neighbors.