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On the Road to Siangyang: Covenant Mission in Mainland China 1890–1949

Review by Dr. G. Wright Doyle May 9, 2016
On the Road to Siangyang is a labor of love and comes out of [Jack Lundbom's] own affiliation with the Evangelical Covenant Church, formerly known as the American Mission Covenant. Drawing upon an unusually rich store of personal conversations with former missionaries and their family members, as well as Chinese Christians, and supported by extensive documentation, this book will prove to be a gold mine for historians of missionary work in China. Continued »

The Coming Chinese Church: How Rising Faith In China Is Spilling Over Its Boundaries

Review by Dr. G. Wright Doyle April 8, 2016
Paul Golf's book is thoroughly researched, well written, well organized, and marked with energy, passion, remarkable balance, and extremely valuable as an expression of what many Chinese Christians believe about themselves – their history, their present condition, and the mandate God has passed on to them. Continued »

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China’s Urban Christians: A Light That Cannot Be Hidden

Review by Dr. G. Wright Doyle January 29, 2016
With decades of experience living in Asia, traveling within China, and meeting with both Chinese Christians and Christian leaders working within China, Brent Fulton has written the most authoritative and accurate book yet to appear on the urban Chinese church. Continued »