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Mission through Diaspora: The Case of the Chinese Church in the USA

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by Jeanne Wu
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Mission through Diaspora: The Case of the Chinese Church in the USA by Jeanne Wu

The Chinese diaspora is well known for transnational economic activity, but less so for the impact of the diasporic Chinese church in the USA and elsewhere in the world. Surveying 652 US Chinese churches about their mission activities, along with interviews of a sub-set of respondents, Dr Wu provides analysis and explanation of mission activities using diaspora theories. The trend for Chinese diaspora church mission to take a "Chinese first" approach capitalizes on shared language, culture and transnational networks to advance the gospel. In this era of globalization, diaspora mission has never been so prescient. With special emphasis on the context of short-term missions, this book presents fascinating insight to a significant element of the ministry of the global church. This case of the Chinese church in the USA has many applications in the consideration of global missions outside of the Chinese diaspora.

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Ebook Details
Pages: 220
Size: 5.7 MB
Publisher: Langham Monographs
Date published:   2016
ISBN: 9781783681785 (EPUB)
9781783681792 (PDF)

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Nonfiction > Religion > Christian Church > Growth
Nonfiction > Religion > Christian Ministry > Missions
Nonfiction > Religion > Christian Church > History

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