Tag: International Students in China

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Novel Gospel Opportunities

How One International Church in China Is Maximizing New Gospel Opportunities

What happens when the church is being the church.

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The Birth of ISM in China

Is This God’s Timing?

The nations are coming to China and what an opportunity to reach them with the gospel while in China.

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How My International Fellowship Trained Me

An International Student’s Maturing in China

This is the last in a series of three blog posts based on an interview with “Tim,” an international student from Zimbabwe in China.

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We Use Chinese All the Time

Why Chinese Is a Key Language for Reaching International Students in China

More on reaching international students in China from "Tim," a student from Zimbabwe studying in China.

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International Student Ministry in China—A New eBook

International students are no longer only going to the West to study; they are increasingly going to China. There are profound implications for this trend, not only for global international student ministry groups, but for the Chinese church as well.

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My Heart Burns for Them

An International Student’s Passion to Reach Others with the Gospel

An interview with an international student in China.

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ISM in Reverse in China?

We know of “ministry to international students.” But what if international students themselves were the ones sharing with their fellow students, many from unreached cultures? 

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International Students in China–The Road Ahead?

ISM in China is commanded by God, has encouraging historical precedents, and makes sense strategically. So, who will do it?

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International Students in China—an Opportunity?

My Pakistani friend asked, “May I visit your church?” I welcomed him along. He listened to a Bible talk in English, read the Urdu text on my iPhone, and asked me questions in Chinese.

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International Students in China—an Unreached Diaspora?

There are nearly half a million international students in China. Is this an invisible and unreached people group?