For at least the foreseeable future, China will be an increasingly difficult place for expatriates to live and work. However, for those who find a way to meet the requirements to remain in the country, there is a general openness to new ideas that provides fertile ground for the gospel.
Paster Ho believes one-on-one ministry is important in an age when young people want quick answers to their questions. “We need to equip good youth leaders to connect with the youths, especially at this age when youths rather listen to their friends than their parents.”
A New Resource for Youth Ministry
To reach Chinese youth around the globe with the gospel, the Youth Awakening Movement (青少年唤醒) has launched the world's first Chinese language youth ministry website.
Principles for reaching second generation Chinese Americans—for parents and churches.
The gospel of grace taught in the home and at church is vital for reaching Chinese American youth.
A go-to resource for those wanting a brief overview of Chinese history or are looking for an engaging textbook for young students.