Tag: Church Leaders

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The Ministry of Women in the Chinese Church

A reader responds to the spring issue of CSQ with insightful observations and questions.

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Passing the Faith to the Next Generation

Reaching American-Born/Second-Generation Chinese

Key issues for Chinese American Churches.

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Salt in the Soup

Three church leaders in China reflect on their experiences of “doing church” in the midst of a health crisis and quarantine.

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A Brief Look at Leadership Structure in Urban Registered Churches

Who leads China's registered churches and how do they become leaders?

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Is It Time for a New Approach to Leadership?

To whatever extent the leadership forms taught by the westand our approach to church polity have done a disservice to the church in China, we should ask for forgiveness.

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Ownership and the Church in China

From Boss to Steward

The question of church property ownership points to a much deeper issue within the unregistered church.

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3 Questions: A Look in the Mirror for Leaders

Jordan Wei is an experienced Christian worker in Asia who has spent more than 20 years developing leaders. He shares some recent insights from his own experience that have transformed his understanding of the leader development process.

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From Entrepreneur to Catalyst

The final article in a series by Brent Fulton exploring seven trends that are impacting the way foreign Christians can effectively serve in China.

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An Anti-Management Management Book

The Choice—A short and straightforward read with one profound insight at its core. . .

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Changing Ministry in the New Normal

It had been an engaging but exhausting two days. Pastors and ministry leaders from all across China had gathered with a smaller number of expatriate China workers to reflect together on some of the key trends in the mainland Chinese church. The meeting was conducted almost entirely in Chinese, and the range of topics addressed was dizzying, but also encouraging: indigenous mission and sending agencies, social engagement, theological education, Christian schooling, global partnership—in all these areas interest is high and progress encouraging.