Tag: Book Recommendation

Blog Entries

Sober Optimism

Opposition and Opportunity

This conversation did raise for me, two important questions. How do we view the world around us, and particularly its political and social institutions? And how will God’s redemptive plan, God’s kingdom, be ushered in in all of its fullness?

Blog Entries

Our Books for the Summer of 2022

In case you’re looking for summer reading ideas, here’s a list of books that are in the summer book bags of the ChinaSource team members.

Blog Entries

Three Little Pandas in a Pandemic

A Book for Families

Imagine the confusion for young children who left their toys at home when they went on vacation, and then never returned. Instead, they found themselves back in the land of their grandparents, often bouncing from one temporary home to another.

Blog Entries

Take Language Learning Seriously

A Book Recommendation

For many engaged in cross-cultural service (or preparing for it), language learning is often one of the most daunting tasks. Especially for those of us whose only experience is Spanish or French class in the American educational system, we are wholly unprepared, and most likely don’t even know where to begin.

Blog Entries

When Your Friends Speak Another Language

A New Resource from China Academic Consortium

An Exploration of Christian Theology by Dr. Don Thorsen has been translated into Chinese and is now available.

Blog Entries

Honoring Mothers—In China

Mother's Day. A good time to celebrate mothers.

Blog Entries

Destination Peking

A Book Review

Tales of 18 expats who lived, at least for a time, in the Peking of the early 20th century.

Blog Entries

A Book about Balthasar and Why You Should Read It

A ChinaSource Conversation

I hope that this interview might draw some attention to the careful work Dr. Brown has presented in this volume, and that its contents might enrich Christian theological thinking.

Blog Entries

Summer Reading for 2020

Here's our list. What are you reading?

Blog Entries

A Foot Wide on the Edge of Nowhere

A Book Review

The story of Olive and Theo Simpkin.