Chinese Church Voices on Indigenous Missions

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Reaching Tibetans

What will it take to reach Tibetans with the gospel?

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China’s Churches Reaching China’s Ethnic Minorities, Part 2

Stories of Chinese Christians reaching minority groups in China.

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China’s Churches Reaching China’s Ethnic Minorities

How involved is the church in China in cross-cultural missions? A Chinese Christian who has been involved long term in motivating, training, sending, and serving ethnic minorities in China shares about current missions efforts among Chinese churches. 

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The Chinese Church Prepares for Missions

Experienced missions workers talk about challenges and opportunities for the Chinese church. 

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Mourning Two Chinese Christians Killed in Pakistan

News of two Chinese Christians killed in Pakistan last week by ISIS shocked many Chinese Christians. On Chinese social media channels, bloggers have offered their prayers for the two martyrs and have tried to piece together exactly what happened. Lots of confusion surrounded the events. Details are still forthcoming.

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A Chinese Missionary to Nepal (Part 2)

Earlier this month we posted the first part of an article from Territory about a Chinese missionary’s call to Nepal. The first part of the article discussed the author’s struggles amid social pressures in China. As the Chinese church increasingly looks outside of China’s borders to engage in ministry this article provides insight into what factored into one Chinese missionary’s call to foreign missions. This week in part two we see how his struggles influenced his call to ministry, as well as the lessons he learned about foreign missions and about himself while in Nepal.

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What Should the Chinese Church Pass on to the Nations Part 2

Earlier this month, the mainland publication Church China published a long article examining the importance of solid theological preparation for Chinese involved in the Great Commission. Last week we translated portions of the article. In part two, we continue with the translated portions, followed by short summaries and observations by the translator (in italics).

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What Should the Chinese Church Pass on to the Nations? Part 1

Earlier this month, the mainland publication Church China published a long article examining the importance of solid theological preparation for Chinese involved in the Great Commission. What follows in this post, and next week’s post are translated portions of the article, along with short summaries and observations (in italics) by the translator.

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1·1·1 Missions Campaign

In September, over 900 church leaders from mainland China attended a large Chinese church missions conference in Hong Kong. At the conference, they announced the launch of an initiative to send 20,000 missionaries from China. A month later churches all across China began to put legs to this initiative with a 1·1·1 Missions Campaign. One large house church in Beijing launched this campaign by handing out “globe banks.” Those in attendance were asked to donate money to missions by putting coins into the globe each day. We have translated the accompanying brochure.

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Paying the Price – An Interview with a Shenzhen Pastor about Cross-Cultural Missions (Part 2)

On November 26, the mainland site Christian Times published a long interview with a house church pastor in Shenzhen who has been leading short-term mission trips to Burma and other neighboring countries for several years. The title of the piece is “Shenzhen Pastor Talks about the Joy and Pain of Cross-Cultural Missions, Calling on the Church to Have the Courage to Pay the Price."