Mission Mondays: On The Silk Road

At one time this was the road of riches along which the people groups of the middle ages traded. Moving out from the Middle East through the north west of China traders and solider’s sought material wealth.┬áCommerce flourished, material wealth increased, people married and religious beliefs migrated. This mix of Arab Muslim and Han Chinese formed the Hui people; the largest and most widespread of China’s Muslim nationalities and one of the most unevangelised people’s on earth. Continue reading

Mission Mondays: Giving Thanks While Continuing to Run

How can we be more practical? This is the question which many people ask when it comes to global missions and engaging with the local community. On one level this is a fair question from (usually) good motives. Churches obviously want to be able to communicate  in a way which is accessible to those outside. That being said it is important that we don’t over look the most practical thing available to us.  Continue reading