Announcing the Goforth China Tour!

Join Project China missionaries to explore and evangelize in China together!

The Goforth China Tour is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to travel China through the eyes of missionary Jonathan Goforth. Experience the life, testimony, and legacy of the great evangelist as you visit the cities of Shanghai, Harbin, and Dalian and discover both how the Lord worked mightily in China in years past and how He wants to use you – yes, you! – to continue that work in China today. Personally led by Project China missionaries, the tour will encompass one-on-one evangelism opportunities, practical instruction on the state of Christianity in various regions in China, a trek along the Great Wall, and even a glimpse across the Yalu River into North Korea! See the need for yourself, allow the Spirit of God to use your eyes to stir your heart, and consider what part you have to play in what the Lord is doing in the world’s most populous nation.

Registration is sure to fill up quickly and space is limited for this exciting event, so please act now! We look forward to seeing you in summer 2019 as we traverse China and witness first-hand its great need of the gospel.

To learn more, please visit www.reachingchina.org/goforthchinatour.

Taking the Initiative: North Korea

As many readers know, I am a member of a team of missionaries known as Project China. Some readers have read my series of posts about Project China published in March of this year, which included an  article entitled “Project China: A Growing Task“. In that post, I outlined the three initiatives (game plans) that we as a team had in place to divide China into bite-sized portions and reach the nation with the gospel. I say ‘had’ instead of ‘have’ because we now have more than three initiatives! So for the month of September, I’d like to elaborate on our current initiatives one post at a time.

The “North Korean Initiative” is a unique opportunity to reach North Korea with the gospel from China through utilizing “men, materials, and technology”.

Men: To plant churches along the border with the intention to reach and train ethnic Korean Chinese citizens to go into North Korea as evangelists and church planters.

Materials: To produce and translate material (written, audio, and video) into the Korean language.

Technology: Use technology in creative ways to smuggle the Gospel material into North Korea.

Men Needed

  • Men willing to risk their lives and face persecution as they serve on the front lines.
  • Men willing and able to learn Chinese and Korean.
  • Men willing to plant churches in a communist country to reach into another one.
  • Men willing to be immersed in the Bible and teach others.
  • Men willing to train others who can train others.
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If you are interested in learning more about the North Korea Initiative, please check out the North Korea Initiative page at projectchina.org.

Taking the Initiative: Taiwan

As many readers know, I am a member of a team of missionaries known as Project China. Some readers have read my series of posts about Project China published in March of this year, which included an  article entitled “Project China: A Growing Task“. In that post, I outlined the three initiatives (game plans) that we as a team had in place to divide China into bite-sized portions and reach the nation with the gospel. I say ‘had’ instead of ‘have’ because we now have more than three initiatives! So for the month of September, I’d like to elaborate on our current initiatives one post at a time.

Project China’s “Taiwan Initiative” is a strategy to reach Taiwan with the gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ. This part of the country is made up of:

5 Key Cities over 1 million people: New Taipei, Kaohsiung, Taichung, Taipei, and Tainan.

Population over 23 million souls.

Protestantism is 2.6% of the population.

Our initial goal to see a church-planting missionary in the key cities. Our hope is that each of these missionaries will start a church-planting movement that trains national leaders to not only reach the city they are in but also the areas around their city and all of China.

We are praying for God to raise up church-planters to go to these five key cities.

Will you pray will us for the 23 million souls living in China’s Taiwan?

Will you consider going and being one of the church-planters?

If you are interested in learning more about the Taiwan Initiative, please check out the Taiwan Initiative page at projectchina.org.