Prayer for China’s Churches at Easter

The church in China has been blessed with great vision and stands at the threshold of unprecedented opportunity. Their vision encompasses not only their role as salt and light in a rapidly changing China, but also as witnesses to the nations as they contemplate serving cross-culturally beyond China’s borders. At the same time, there is … More Prayer for China’s Churches at Easter

“My grace is sufficient for you, for my power is made perfect in weakness.” (2 Corinthians 12:9)

Increasingly, Christ followers in Hunan are facing persecution or the threat of persecution.  Please pray that as churches across the province are preparing for holiday outreach events, they will make bold decisions to be obedient to Scripture’s commands to share the truth of the gospel with neighbors, friends, family members, and even  strangers! I was … More “My grace is sufficient for you, for my power is made perfect in weakness.” (2 Corinthians 12:9)

June Update

Dear Prayer Partners, The ~70 million people of Hunan Province, China live almost entirely in spiritual darkness.  There are some faithful followers of Christ living and ministering in Hunan, but even the most liberal of estimates has the percentage of Hunan people who have a personal relation ship with Christ well below ONE percent! I’d … More June Update

A Turning Tide? Why More Chinese Migrant Workers Are Saying ‘Goodbye’ to First-Tier Cities

by Shi Yunhan Shanghai, swathed in fog. (via Bigstockphoto) This article also appears on The Atlantic In Beijing, budget rental housing—especially bunk beds, small apartments and single rooms in the more dilapidated hutong areas — are easy to find after Chinese New Year. This is because many migrant workers who leave the capital for their home regions for the … More A Turning Tide? Why More Chinese Migrant Workers Are Saying ‘Goodbye’ to First-Tier Cities

What the numbers say

17,000 College graduates recruited by China’s government to live and work in China’s western regions this year. Most will serve in education, agriculture, health care, youth work and social services in Xinjiang and Tibet autonomous regions. 100,000 People living in the Three Gorges Dam area who could be relocated over the next 3-5 years due … More What the numbers say