Resources on Serving
Transitions Large and Small
Transition can point the way to a time of searching that reveals something deeper taking place in one’s life.
When the Pillar Moves: Transition and Providential Grace
Ministry transitions occur for a variety of reasons, but God is faithful and directs the paths of each person and family.
Of Returns and Runways
The author shares the experiences of his family and God’s provisions after leaving China and returning to the United States.
The Church’s Role with Returnees from China
Suggestions are given for practical ways in which churches can help ease the transition of cross-cultural workers returning from China to their home country.
Debriefing before the Final Goodbye
The author provides debriefing questions that can assist in evaluating life in China and aid in healthy transitions.
Opportunities and Challenges When Foreign Workers Leave China
A Chinese author reflects on the positives and negatives that leaders, seminaries, and churches face when cross-cultural workers leave the country.
Kids in Transition
An experienced, cross-cultural worker shares important factors that helped his children make a positive transition from Chinese to US culture.
Transitions Made Easier
From over 20 years of experience living in Asia, Amy Young has written a handbook to assist cross-cultural workers as they make transitions in a godly manner.
Resources to Help You with Transitions
Information about retreats, seminars, debriefings, and books to help both you and your family with transitions.
Whom Do You Thank?
“We’re supposed to say thank you on this holiday?” says a puzzled student. “Whom do you thank, Teacher?” I would love to tell you.
In an Ever-Changing China, Some Things Haven’t Changed
As ChinaSource celebrates 20 years of service we are digging into our archives for articles chronicling the myriad far-reaching changes in China during the past two decades.
What’s the Question?
How to convey your life and experiences from a year of teaching English in China in a one hour presentation? Ask questions!
My Private Space
In my twenty years in China I have had the privilege of being both a hostess and a guest. I count these times as priceless moments of learning and joy. The gift of hospitality—friendly, welcoming, and generous treatment offered to guests—is still ready and waiting to be opened.
3 Questions: High-Impact Networks
A ChinaSource "3 Questions" interview with Kärin Butler Primuth, CEO of visionSynergy, discussing the characteristics of high-impact networks.
An Unforgiving Mirror
Reading Kathleen Lodwick’s How Christianity Came to China (Fortress Press 2016) was disturbing for two reasons.
Missio Nexus China Ministries Cohort
This week ChinaSource is launching a China ministries cohort at Missio Nexus. It will be a place where those serving in China-related ministries can gather to discuss issues relevant to our work. Come join us!