Building Unity among First and Second-Generation Chinese Churches and Leaders
There is a concern among Canadian and American Chinese churches about the growing disunity within their congregations. For years, these churches were in a state of growth as first-generation Chinese immigrants filled the churches. Over time, however, these churches started to create two new groups.
The CEO Next Door: The 4 Behaviors that Transform Ordinary People into World-Class Leaders
The authors draw on a significant data set of over 17,000 CEO interviews to draw conclusions about what makes a CEO successful. The book is filled with quotable observations and illustrations from industry.
Learning. . . Growing. . . Collaborating. . . Phasing Out
These stages in the church-planting cycle are a must.
The Emerging College Generation and Missions: Issues, Attitudes, Postures and Passions
How do today’s students view missions and cross-cultural service? What do they value? How can we prepare them for global service?
Collegial Leadership among 1st and 2nd Generation Chinese Leaders
Over the last thirty years, the Western world has experienced a huge influx of immigrants from mainland China and Hong Kong. This diaspora of Chinese immigrants found fertile soil in Western countries, which is reflected in the plethora of churches scattered throughout. These churches are comprised of first, second, and 1.5-generation leaders and congregants.