Tag: Books

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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.

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Essential Information for Understanding

Eurasian Crossroads—A Book Review

Eurasian Crossroads—a detailed, but panoramic, picture of this ancient, but still very robust, Turkic civilization and its homeland.

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A Conversation with the Authors of Children of the Massacre

Robert and Linda Banks, authors of Children of the Massacre, discuss what led them to write the book and the fascinating discoveries they made along the way.

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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.

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Capturing Chinese Stories

What if the flow of Christian resources, theology, leadership, and insight is also turning, such that the Chinese church has a fresh opportunity to serve at the forefront of these things and the church in the West can listen and glean and learn from the faithful in China?

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Cross-Cultural Encounters: China and the Reformed Church in America

A Book Review

An in-depth look at Reformed missionaries working in China in the late 1800s, emphasizing both often-overlooked individuals and the ways that they worked through cross-cultural encounters with Chinese partners.

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Reckoning with the “Ecclesial Diversity” of Chinese Christianity

Christianity in China and the global diaspora have taken on new layers of complexity, crossing many traditional boundaries. One of the editors of a new book on the subject reflects on what this means for the study of and working relationships in the Chinese church.

Chinese Church Voices

Practical Tips for Pastoral Enrichment (2)

Once a pastor is involved in full-time pastoral ministry it can be challenging to continue learning and growing in God’s word and effective ministry methods. This article from ChurchChina shares the insights of several pastors who participated in a forum on how to continue learning.

Chinese Church Voices

Practical Tips for Pastoral Enrichment (1)

Once a pastor is involved in full-time pastoral ministry it can be challenging to continue learning and growing in God’s word and effective ministry methods. This article from ChurchChina shares the insights of several pastors who participated in a forum on how to continue learning.

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Christian Women and Modern China

A Book Review

Often the chronicling of China’s mission history features Protestant missionaries with brief mentions of Chinese co-workers. Readers familiar with this history can list numerous foreigners who contributed to the growth of China’s church. But they are probably not familiar with most of the women highlighted in this book.