Tag: Mentoring

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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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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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Beyond Theological Education

Advances in theological education over the past 35 years have gone a long way toward satisfying the church’s still urgent need for trained leaders. It is increasingly common, especially in China’s cities, to find pastors who have received formal graduate-level theological training, including many who have studied overseas. But is that enough?

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3 Questions: Spiritual Formation in China

In the final segment of the “Walking with Leaders” series on ChinaSource Conversations, our monthly podcast, we looked at the spiritual formation of leaders. One of our guests was John, an expat and trained coach whose14 years of service in Asia have included facilitating retreats and leading people through creative spiritual exercises.

Here John shares his thoughts on spiritual formation among Christian leaders in China.

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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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Getting Rid of the B-I-G

The latest episode in our ChinaSource Conversations podcast series continues our exploration into mentoring in the Chinese context.

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6 Questions about Mentoring in the Chinese Context

"Mentoring in the Chinese Context" is this month's ChinaSource Converstations podcast.

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Mentoring: The Hardest Need to Fill?

In a recent ChinaSource Quarterly article entitled, "Five Profound Mentoring Needs in China," Eric Lee notes that the most common requests from Chinese church leaders during the past three decades have been for Bibles, spiritual literature, and training. Now, however, they are asking for cross-cultural missionary training and mentoring.