Tag: Evangelism

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Why Do Chinese Come to Faith?

An Infographic from InterVarsity International Student Ministry

Data regarding church growth in China repurposed for campus ministry among Chinese international students.

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Reflecting on Tea and Evangelism

A ChinaSource Perspective on the coming 2021 spring issue of CSQ, "Women and the Missio Dei in China."

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3 Questions: Using WeChat for Gospel Outreach

A Chinese sister tells how she uses WeChat to share the gospel with her family and friends.

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Struggles 2nd Generation Chinese Americans Face

All youth face struggles as they grow up but 2nd generation young people have challenges specific to their situation.

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The Importance and Roles of Families and Church Leaders

We must talk about our God in a way that helps them see that he is real in our lives. We cannot pass on what we do not possess.

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Why Reaching 2nd Generation Chinese Americans Is Crucial but Difficult

I learned that there was a great concern for the second and following generations of Chinese Americans, because so many were leaving the church, and not following the faith of their parents. This “silent exodus” has concerned many Chinese church leaders and families for decades and it is still occurring.

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Webinar Recording: How Relevant Is the Gospel for the Chinese?

If you missed the live webinar, you can still access the presentation.

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Seeing God’s Grace at Work

A Book Review

An account of one family's service in Hong Kong and China. 

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Some Things Don’t Change

Fifteen years ago, a Chinese writer who goes by the name of Huo Shui, wrote an article for the ChinaSource Quarterly called "Keys to Effectiveness in an Ever-Changing China." While China has continued to change, the things he talked about have stood the test of time. Or, as a friend of mine used to say, “things are the same, only more so.”

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The Day China Changed Me

It was June 2000. I was on my first trip to China. In fact, it was my first time to leave the United States. My team and I spent six weeks meeting students, sharing the gospel, and helping in other ways.