Tag: Partnership

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Spanning the Gap for Returnees

Is your outreach to internationals causing students to get lost in the gap as they return to their home? Consider how to serve them better through partnership. 

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Partnering in China: The Missing Foundation

On the partnership continuum, friendship is foundational. 

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How Partnerships Develop

“Partnership” can mean many different things to different people. An infographic from Missio Nexus provides a helpful framework for developing effective partnerships.

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Billy Graham’s Legacy of Partnering

A less visible, but equally significant, contribution of Billy Graham.

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Partnering in China

A new resource from visionSynergy and ChinaSource

A conversation on effective partnering in the Chinese context.

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3 Questions: High-Impact Networks

A ChinaSource "3 Questions" interview with Kärin Butler Primuth, CEO of visionSynergy, discussing the characteristics of high-impact networks. 

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From Trailblazer to Fellow Traveler

The sixth 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 Doing to Paving the Way

The third 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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Picturing the Church in China

In the 2017 spring edition of the ChinaSource Quarterly, published last month, we highlighted survey results of Christian workers in China (local and foreign). The research project was carried out by the China Gospel Research Alliance, made up of representatives from OMF, Frontier Ventures, Open Doors, and ChinaSource. The CGRA partnered with Global Mapping International (GMI) to produce this handy infographic portraying the key findings in the survey.

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How Do You Spell “Success?”

Developments in China over the past two decades have created the conditions for unprecedented collaboration between Chinese Christians and those from outside the country. With increased collaboration, however, has come more opportunities for miscommunication and missteps as Chinese and foreign believers attempt to work together. This spring in ChinaSource Quarterly we will take an in-depth look at the state of this collaboration, drawing upon newly available research on Christian leaders in China and those from outside China who serve with them.