Outreach

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Salt in the Soup

Three church leaders in China reflect on their experiences of “doing church” in the midst of a health crisis and quarantine.

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Mission Ministry in Hong Kong, Part 2

Sunset or Sunrise?

Yet, we should rest assured that God’s invitation for his children to take part in his mission plan has not changed. But in participating in God’s mission, the way of implementation should vary with the dynamics of world development which is also under God’s sovereignty.

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Mission Ministry in Hong Kong, Part 1

Sunset or Sunrise?

The whole Bible unveils the mission of God. He calls his people to take part in his missional plan. The churches in Hong Kong, in spite of the social disturbance, should keep pursuing the Great Commission as a mandate.

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Novel Gospel Opportunities

How One International Church in China Is Maximizing New Gospel Opportunities

What happens when the church is being the church.

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Doors Are Still Open

With an Appropriate Approach

Green farming and the gospel. 

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Heading Home with Jesus

A Book Recommendation

A book for those reaching out to Chinese students and scholars with the gospel.

Supporting Article

An African in China

An Interview

Joann Pittman interviews “Tim,” a Zimbabwean student living in China, who shares his observations of similarities and differences between the two countries.

Chinese Church Voices

Seeking God for International Student Ministry in China

Late last year, a group of pastors, minsitry leaders and students met to discuss the needs of international students in China and how to best support those serving them.

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The Birth of ISM in China

Is This God’s Timing?

The nations are coming to China and what an opportunity to reach them with the gospel while in China.

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5 Things I Loved about Christmas in China

The act of sharing with students the richness of Christmas and the significance of God coming down to be with us is humbling and beautiful.