A recent post by Swells in the Middle Kingdom (SMK) on China’s “new normal” highlights the changing situation facing foreign Christians who serve in China.
While the effects of President Xi Jinping’s policies upon foreigners in China have become increasingly evident; the changes go beyond simply a tightening political environment. Understanding the multiple factors that are reshaping the context of Christian ministry in China is essential for organizations seeking to formulate a credible response.
Faced with these changes, some may feel a bit like the mice in Spencer Johnson, MD’s Who Moved My Cheese (Putnam, 1998), the fable that became a must-read in the business world during the 1990s. READ MORE