Returnees

Chinese Church Voices

Homeward Bound: A Christian’s Return to China

Three months ago, I returned to China, and upon returning, I found the situation more urgent and needed than I imagined. From a spiritual perspective, China is like a dried-up pond, and I hope more people will come to serve in China, as it urgently needs your help. I am waiting for your arrival here.

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John Song—A Fruitful Returnee

A Reader Responds to the Autumn CSQ

Remembering Song’s story, and others mentioned by Stacey Bieler in the autumn issue of CSQ, helps motivate me to press ahead despite the pandemic and other challenges. One life can impact so many others!

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Returnees—A Topic Worth Revisiting

Returnees is a topic that we continue to return to. We have dedicated two issues of CSQ to the topic and we will be including an update on returnee ministry in the 2021 autumn issue. Why is this topic worth revisiting?

Chinese Church Voices

Developing a Returnee Ministry from Overseas

Why returnees need ministry from their "home" churches abroad and how it can be done.

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A Key Way that Christians around the World Can Contribute to Gospel Growth in China

Returnees

Have you considered that the Chinese student you are connecting with may one day be a person of influence in China?

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Spanning the Gap for Returnees

Is your outreach to internationals causing students to get lost in the gap as they return to their home? Consider how to serve them better through partnership. 

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Returnee Referral Systems

Connecting returnees—what are the critical success factors?

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Discipling Returnees

Returnees need an environment that will help them continue their journey of faith. 

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Key Issues Impacting Returnees

Pre-return Preparation

Pre-return preparation—a key for assimilating returnee believers back into their families, churches, and society.

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Returnees and the Church in China

What we need is the word of God’s grace, which is more than able to ensure that returnees not only survive, but thrive, as committed members of churches back in China.