Posted on: 18th June 2018
Workers S & K* have recently moved to Buddhist Asia. Before their departure, they spoke to Checkpoint about why they feel compelled to go to a ‘gospel-zero’ people group. S & K have arrived in a location where they face the challenges of language and culture learning, and major adjustments to life far away from […]
Posted on: 30th September 2016
“Teaching the Bible across cultural and linguistic divides is a complex enterprise,” says Rev Dr Wei-Han Kuan, CMS Victoria State Director. He outlines CMS’s approach, and the lessons learnt, when sharing the Bible with gospel-poor peoples:
Posted on: 18th August 2015
The evangelical Church is a small minority in most countries in South East Asia, where religion and ethnicity are often almost inseparable. A CMS worker reflects on the challenges and opportunities for crossing cultures with the gospel in the South East Asian nation where he and his wife serve.