I’ve gotten glimpses of God’s good purposes in making me both Chinese and American. And I’m convinced one of the most important reasons has been to equip me for service in his Kingdom.
Missionaries labor on in hope that God can take a barren land, even one made barren by war and atrocity, and bring it back to life.
There are precious lessons from the Chinese Evangelical community that we shouldn't leave behind. Here are some reflections on a major Chinese missions conference and prayer points for the American Chinese church.
What we saw or read this week: counseling children, black churches close down, Asian American leadership, and HIllsong.
What we saw or read this week: the posture of missional work, the color-blind theory of race, the pattern of churchgoing black men, and African revival in Orange County.
What is the "biblical" approach to contextualization? Read and see how Jackson Wu's latest work addresses this important topic.
Since God has redeemed us out of our cultures, how then are we to live? Mark Jeong shows a third way between assimilation and rejection of culture.
Much has been said about how the church should either transform culture or reject culture. But what does it mean for God to redeem us “out of” culture?