Read the interview about a Chinese pastor's new book, Glorious Salvation (荣耀救赎) and his insights on Chinese Christians' mission and responsibility to the Kingdom of God.
The second conference of "Mission China 2030" was convened in Jeju Seong-ahn Church from Sep 27 to 30, 2016, South Korea.
We hope that nowadays our ideas of mission will be updated, too. No matter how fast our pace of mission is, we could never catch up with God’s steps.
Domestic church leaders shall also have a clear understanding of the current situation in China’s churches. It’s a hasty decision to export mission overseas at present. The development of the church doesn’t represent the spiritual maturity of believers.
What makes Chiang Mai a beautiful training base for the world mission?
Though mission is a lifestyle, living is never equivalent to doing mission. We need to drill deeper to explore our goal and legacy left before we go to heaven.
The popular song China's Mission prominently highlights the desires of many to make China a missional country that spreads the Gospel to the end of the earth. In recent years, more Chinese churches have been more involved in cross-cultural missions to the unreached places. However, there are numerous challenges such as language and cultural barriers, lack of training received by missionaries etc. along the way.
Peter Torjesen (also known as Pastor Ye in China), a 26-year-old Norwegian came to China in 1918,as he devoted himself to start mission work in Hequ, Jiangxi Province. His mission work not just made his life both busy and joyful but also tied an emotional knot to the local people staying in Hequ.
Carl Hunker, retired missionary and veteran Chinese church pastor, died Thursday, Jan. 7, just weeks short of his 100th birthday.served in China and Taiwan with the International Mission Board. After retiring from the IMB he taught a Chinese Sunday School class at Emmanuel Baptist Church, Overland Park. This eventually grew into Emmanuel Chinese Baptist Church where he served for many years. Arriving in
The hymn "China for Mission" is sung popularly among Chinese Christians, arising from the cause of Chinese world mission. However, compared to this popular poetry, the author is not so famous. He is a Taiwanese Lin Hecheng.