Tag: Leadership Training

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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 Leading to Modeling

The second 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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From Training to Mentoring

A new series from Brent Fulton exploring seven trends that are impacting the way foreign Christians can effectively serve in China.

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Thoughts on Theological Education for Chinese Believers

Theological training for Chinese believers is needed; several types of training are available. What are the advantages and disadvantages of each type of training?

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Are China’s Best Being Lost to the West?

Why are many Chinese believers who go overseas for seminary training  not returning to China to serve?. 

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3 Observations from Teaching Biblical Interpretation

For many international organizations working in China, the transition to local leadership can be a challenging one. In particular, it is not always easy to achieve high levels of spiritual formation when many local leaders are either first generation believers or fairly recent converts. 

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3 Questions: Mentoring Chinese Leaders

A ChinaSource "3 Questions" interview based on the "Walking with Leaders" podcast series. 

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Essentials for Effective Leadership Development

With a plethora of Christian leader development programs on offer in China, it is difficult to know which are appropriate, not to mention which will ultimately prove effective.