Tag: Missions

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CMC Global 2020—On Demand

If you want to be encouraged by what God is doing in the world, I encourage you (and your church or small group) to take advantage of this opportunity.

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An Online Missions Convention

Ambassadors for Christ's triennial Chinese Mission Convention was a great way to close out 2020.

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3 Questions: Indigenous Missions Movement

What are some of the significant breakthroughs in the development of the Indigenous Missions Movement from China.

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Mission Ministry in Hong Kong, Part 2

Sunset or Sunrise?

Yet, we should rest assured that God’s invitation for his children to take part in his mission plan has not changed. But in participating in God’s mission, the way of implementation should vary with the dynamics of world development which is also under God’s sovereignty.

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Mission Ministry in Hong Kong, Part 1

Sunset or Sunrise?

The whole Bible unveils the mission of God. He calls his people to take part in his missional plan. The churches in Hong Kong, in spite of the social disturbance, should keep pursuing the Great Commission as a mandate.

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A Conversation among Reviewers

A Book Review

A discussion of From Christ to Confucius: German Missionaries, Chinese Christians, and the Globalization of Christianity, 1860-1950.

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“The Mind of a Missionary”

A Book Review

A fast-moving and fascinating survey of missionary stories that doesn’t just tell what happened but also why it happened.

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Understanding the Times to Facilitate Chinese Missionary Sending

Christians of today need to hold the Bible in one hand and the daily newspaper in the other. Understanding both, with attention to the thrust of meaning of each, Christians can be a bridge facilitating God’s purposes in today’s world.

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Looking Back on an Emerging Missions Movement

Understanding “Back to Jerusalem,” one of the roots of today’s missions movement from China.

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Wise Financial Partnerships

The Need for a Framework

How can financial resources be shared effectively? What needs to be considered?