Team

IMG_1708There are currently four full-time American families serving on the Project China team, besides a few other young men who are completing their pre-field training. Usually at least one member of the Project China full-time team is stateside and available for preaching and teaching engagements all over the country. We love to share about what the Lord is doing through His churches in Northeast China, and we value every opportunity to challenge American Christians to get involved with worldwide missions.

Each of the full-time team members maintains his own blog. Be sure to follow along!

Jakegospelinchina.com

Markchinaramblings.com

Bensinoproject.org

Johnchinachurchplant.com

For recent news on the Project China team, click here.

If you would like to schedule a missionary with Project China to come to your church, class, or other event, please don’t hesitate to contact us here.

Project China missionaries love to teach on all of the following topics:

  • The primacy of church-planting in foreign missions
  • Exercising boldness in a country that restricts the preaching of the Gospel
  • How individual Christians can meaningfully participate in Chinese missions
  • The true condition of the modern Chinese church
  • Pursuing Christ’s glory by preaching to those without the Gospel

If our team is able to serve you by offering our perspective in any of the above areas, please let us know.

3 Comments on “Team”

  1. jeff July 20, 2013 at 11:23 pm #

    Is evangelizing illegal in china? Like are you allowed to strike up a conversation with a native with the intent of sharing the gospel?

    • Jake July 29, 2013 at 5:43 pm #

      Technically, yes. But so is speeding in the United States. You’ll probably get away with evangelizing in China more often, though!

  2. JazzcatCB@gmail.com October 6, 2013 at 4:55 pm #

    Hi Jake,

    I stumbled across your blog searching for information on mission work in China. I am doing research for a book I am writing. It is a fictional novel based on how the world today would be different if Christ and Christianity had never existed.In the beginning of the novel, the protagonist is a world famous militant atheist who goes to China to help the government exterminate the underground Christian church. Then he receives a vision from God showing him how our world would be different without Christ. He is converted and becomes a powerful evangelist.

    I am researching political conditions within the Chinese government. And information about the challenges Christian converts and missionaries face. If you can help me with any of this, I would be very grateful.

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