Resources on ChinaSource
Free eBook: 7 Trends Impacting Foreigners in China
If you are serving in China, or making plans to do so, this is definitely something you will want to read.
We Write Books, Too
Browse our book page and see what ChinaSource contributors have written.
Chinese Church Voices
Chinese Church Voices—Top 10 Posts of 2017
The most read Chinese Church Voices posts for 2017.
A Long Journey in the Same Direction with ChinaSource
I am a ChinaSource junkie! Since the early days of the China Challenge events I was hooked.
My ChinaSource Story
I met Dr. Brent Fulton in the spring of 2008 at a ChinaSource consultation in Shenzhen.
11 Ways to Get Involved with ChinaSource
Would you like to be a part of the work of ChinaSource? Here are eleven ways you can get involved.
A New Look
Annoucing a new website and changes to our publications to better serve you in providing objective, relevant, and high-quality information about the church in China.
A Call for Photos
China through the Years
As part of our on-going commemoration of the 20th anniversary of ChinaSource, we want to collect photos documenting the changes that have taken place in China. Whether you lived and worked there or were just visiting, we’d love to include your photos.
Looking for 21st Century China
As ChinaSource celebrates 20 years of ministry, it is a time of reflection and giving thanks. We are privileged to have served the China-ministry community for as long as we have. With today’s post, we are beginning a series, called Looking Back that will take a closer look at those twenty years.
Celebrating 20 Years
Reflections on 20 years of service from Brent Fulton, president of ChinaSource.
A Season of Conferences and Connections
May was a busy month for the ChinaSource team, as several of us were involved in conferences in Asia and elsewhere. Here are some snapshots of how we witnessed the Lord working in the midst of these events.
Top 10 Posts of 2016
It’s time for our annual look back at the most popular posts on our From the West Courtyard blog in 2016. Here is what you, our readers, particularly liked this past year:
The ChinaSource Team would like to wish you and your family a Merry Christmas. As you celebrate this joyous season, please remember to pray for Christians in China who will be using the holiday to share the gospel with their family and friends.
Responding to the New Normal
Events over this past year suggest that, for those serving in China, the days ahead will likely be anything but “business as usual.” In this issue of The Lantern we look at how ChinaSource is responding to these changes by encouraging those who serve to “understand the times” and by identifying opportunities for equipping the church in China to face what may lie ahead.