Tag: Stewardship

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Is It Time for a New Approach to Leadership?

To whatever extent the leadership forms taught by the westand our approach to church polity have done a disservice to the church in China, we should ask for forgiveness.

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Chinese Culture and Christian Stewardship

Chinese believers respond to biblical stewardship.

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Will China Become Generous?

According to China Daily, one out of every thousand people in China is a multimillionaire. Yet China’s newfound wealth does not yet appear to be translating into greater generosity. In a worldwide survey, the London-based Charities Aid Foundation ranked China last among 140 countries. Could that change?

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One-in-a-Thousand Millionaires

An Example for China’s Christians?

If you haven’t already read the recent Chinese Church Voices post on the prosperity gospel in China, you need to. Here’s why.

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Stewardship Resources for China

What resources are available for the church in China on financial management and stewardship? 

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3 Questions: Transparency and Generosity

A ChinaSource "3 Questions" interview with Dr. Gary Hoag, ECFA International Liaison, and Dr. Sas Conradie of Global Generosity Network on the relationship between transparency and generosity. 

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Reflections on a First Visit to Hong Kong

Observations about Hong Kong, poverty, language barriers, generosity, and the church from a first time visitor.

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Beyond the Crosses

Wealth, Stewardship and the Wenzhou Church

The forced removal of crosses from literally hundreds of churches in the Wenzhou area during the past year has called attention not only to the local government’s heavy-handed approach toward the church, but also to the phenomenon of the church buildings themselves.