Resources on Leadership
Mentoring in the Chinese Context, Part 2
Walking with Leaders | Episode 3
In part two of our podcast “Mentoring in the Chinese Context,” we’ve brought back the same group of speakers to continue the conversation. In this episode they discuss what it means to be effective in ministry in the context of a changing China. They also explore the cultural complexities that...
6 Questions about Mentoring in the Chinese Context
"Mentoring in the Chinese Context" is this month's ChinaSource Converstations podcast.
Mentoring in the Chinese Context
Walking with Leaders | Episode 2
In the past several years there has been a perceptible shift in the approach of many organizations working with the church in China. The shift is from training large numbers of leaders in a relatively short period of time to mentoring a few leaders over a longer period of time....
Walking with Leaders
A Podcast Series
ChinaSource Conversations Walking with Leaders: Coaching in China, Navigating Culture The first in a series of podcasts.
9 Take-aways from a Conversation about Coaching in China
Earlier this month, ChinaSource launched a new podcast titled ChinaSource Conversations. The aim of the podcast is to bring together those with Chinese expertise and experience to discuss timely topics impacting China’s church. We hope that it will be a useful resource for those serving in China.
Coaching in China: Navigating Culture
Walking with Leaders | Episode 1
Three coaches with extensive China experience share the strengths of coaching in China and the cultural adaptations needed for effectiveness.
The Right Tools for Strategic Planning
The first in a two-part series, we take a look at the need for long-term strategic planning tools and scenarios specific to China.
Equipping Christian Leaders for Today’s China
A look at ChinaSource initiatives for Christian leaders in China facing new challenges in their ministries.
Church Leader Development in China
The Trend toward Accreditation
The development of leadership training within China’s unregistered church has followed a trajectory that roughly parallels that of the larger society as it has experienced major advances in education, a rising standard of living, and massive urbanization.
Mentoring: The Hardest Need to Fill?
In a recent ChinaSource Quarterly article entitled, "Five Profound Mentoring Needs in China," Eric Lee notes that the most common requests from Chinese church leaders during the past three decades have been for Bibles, spiritual literature, and training. Now, however, they are asking for cross-cultural missionary training and mentoring.
Walking with Leaders: Mentoring in a Chinese Context
Vol.16, No. 3
Five Profound Mentoring Needs in China
Lee identifies five areas where Chinese leaders need mentoring due to a lack of positive influences in their lives. He examines each of these areas and shows how mentoring can fill the voids left by unfulfilling or nonexistent relationships.
Coaching in China
Rose and Hunter look at characteristics of churches and businesses that indicate their need for coaching and go on to explain what coaching entails. Rose describes how she has put coaching into practice in the ministries she is involved with at her church and acknowledges the blessings this has brought...
Coaching, Mentoring and Spiritual Formation
The following resources were recommended by WWL participants as helpful in coaching, mentoring and spiritual formation.
Coaching, Mentoring and Spiritual Formation
Learning and insights from a recent consultation for mentors and coaches are reported in this article. It delves into many aspects of mentoring, coaching, and spiritual formation including the value of both older mentors and peer mentors. It also provides helpful suggestions for finding a mentor and a mentee.
Does China Need More Leadership Training? A Response
Our friends at Catalyst Services picked up on a recent ChinaSource blog by Brent Fulton that asked "Does China Need More Leadership Training?" To further the discussion they asked others who are involved in training leaders globally for their responses to the blog and included them in their...
Chinese Creating Pastoral Tools for China's Churches: A Case Study
Partnership Field Guide
Partnership Field Guide: A Step-by-step Process for Building Ministry Partnerships, visionSynergy, 60 pages. This document was prepared by visionSynergy for the participants of The Third Lausanne Congress on World Evangelization held in Cape Town, South Africa, October 2010 and can be found at: http://goo.gl/KkS6n Reviewed by Mak Hon Chiu