3 Questions: Remembering the Poor
Brother Tom is a grassroots church planter in an Asian city. For the past twenty years he has worked with a global organization on creating access and sustainability for church planting.
3 Questions: "Salt and Light"
A ChinaSource 3 Questions interview with Stacey Bieler, co-editor of the Salt and Light: Lives of Faith that Shaped Modern China.
3 Questions: Spiritual Formation in China
In the final segment of the “Walking with Leaders” series on ChinaSource Conversations, our monthly podcast, we looked at the spiritual formation of leaders. One of our guests was John, an expat and trained coach whose14 years of service in Asia have included facilitating retreats and leading people through creative spiritual...
3 Questions: Transparency and Generosity
A ChinaSource "3 Questions" interview with Dr. Gary Hoag, ECFA International Liaison, and Dr. Sas Conradie of Global Generosity Network on the relationship between transparency and generosity.
ChinaSource Blog Posts
3 Questions: Tsern TEFL Scholarship
A New Scholarship for English Teachers Preparing for Careers in China
A conversation with Dr. Mary Shepard Wong, Director of Field-based TESOL Programs at Azusa Pacific University.
3 Questions: Where Bread and Benefit Intersect
Serving hearing-impaired children and adults in Changsha.
3 Reasons You Need to Read this Chinese Food Memoir
Learning about culture, history, and ourselves through a food adventure in China.
4 Books on the Chinese Communist Party
There was a big birthday celebration in China earlier this month. July 1 marked the 95th anniversary of the founding of the Chinese Communist Party.
4 Drivers of Change for Foreign Workers in China
A look at the underlying "drivers" that are affecting ministry opportunities and personnel in China.
4 Reasons to Consider Joining a Sending Agency
And 3 Reasons Not to
A look at the pros and cons of being part of a sending organization.
4 Reasons to Consider Joining a Sending Agency, Part 2
And 3 Reasons Not to
More on the pros and cons of being part of a sending organization.
4 Takeaways from Xi’s Speech on Religion
At a long-awaited national conference on religion, held in Beijing April 22-23, CPC General Secretary Xi Jinping outlined his vision for “helping religions adapt to the socialist society” under the direction of the Party. Here are a few prominent themes from Xi’s speech.
4 Years of Listening in on the Conversation
A Look Back at "Chinese Church Voices"
A look back at four years of "listening in on the conversation" with Chinese Church Voices.
5 Books on Hudson Taylor
June 25th marked the 150th anniversary of Hudson Taylor’s call to take the gospel to China and the founding of the China Inland Mission (today’s OMF), an event that not only precipitated a wave of missionary activity to China, but also upended the traditional ways in which missionary work had...
Chinese Church Voices
5 Challenges Facing Churches in China
The Gospel Times recently published an article written by a pastor in Xiamen on what he considers to be some of the key challenges facing the church in China today. Here is a translation of the article.
5 Keys for Adapting and Thriving in Chinese Cultural Settings
A ChinaSource Podcast
Brent Fulton, president of ChinaSource, talks with Joann Pittman, senior vice president of ChinaSource, and Amy Young, author of Looming Transitions: Starting and Finishing Well in Cross-Cultural Service about five essential keys for adjusting well to the cultural challanges of China. They also introduce ChinaSource Institute and its first on-line course "China: Serving Well Where...
5 Random Observations on the 19th Party Congress
The Communist Party of China just wrapped up its 19th Party Congress in Beijing. Here are some “takeaways.”
5 Resources on Honor and Shame
In many ways our worldview can be thought of as our operating system—the way in which we process and organize information and make sense of the world. For westerners, our worldview is built on legal frameworks such as guilt and innocence; however, most non-western cultures process the world based on...