Tag: Chinese Missionaries

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Cultivating Chinese Missionaries Faithfully and Realistically

There is a Chinese saying 《十年树木,百年树人》 which means, “It takes ten years to grow a tree but a hundred to cultivate a person.”

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3 Questions: Indigenous Missions Movement

What are some of the significant breakthroughs in the development of the Indigenous Missions Movement from China.

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China’s Mission Movement: A Call to Incarnation

Today the forces of urbanization have brought Han Chinese believers face-to-face with a diverse range of cultures, from international students and business people to members of the hundreds of ethnic groups resident within China’s borders. 

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3 Observations

A Reader Responds to "Missions from China—A Maturing Movement"

What rings true and what needs to be challenged?

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Re-balancing the Seesaw

Can Chinese missionary-sending organizations help re-balance the seesaw and increase the effectiveness and sustainability of cross-cultural missionaries from China?

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Majority World Missions and Chinese Missions

Where will the Chinese missions effort fall on the spectrum of long-term missions-sending success?

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See One, Do One, Teach One

“See one. Do one. Teach one.” A pathway to developing mission-sending capacity in China?

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Wise Financial Partnerships

The Need for a Framework

How can financial resources be shared effectively? What needs to be considered?

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Coming Alongside

Elements of the Chinese church are passionate about participating in the great commission. There is a freshness, an enthusiasm, an excitement about taking the gospel of Christ to unreached parts of the world. To what extent should the international church, an older, more experienced church, undergird these efforts? Come alongside in a supportive role?