Our Ministries

Promoting our Vision

 

  • Publication of the CMI Chinese Quarterly and the English Annual Journal, Missions and Vocations. The journals can be downloaded from our website free of charge.

  • We accept invitations to preach on Sunday service or hold seminars on China ministries and Workplace missions.

  • We accept invitations to arrange group day tours visiting missional farms and restaurants in Hong Kong and Shenzhen area. This would be the first step in exploring workplace mission in urban Hong Kong or China. Please contact our office to discuss further details.

 

Training Ministry


  • We offer seminars, courses and training materials on workplace discipleship. Small group teaching sessions can be arranged over one afternoon or three days either in Hong Kong and locations nearby, or scheduled video session on the internet. Please contact our office to discuss further details.

  • We facilitate theological training in mainland China and global mission sites. We provide resources such as audio Bible Program through mentoring. We also develop multimedia distance learning materials to equip the missional professionals with theological mindset and mission strategies.

 

 

Missional Professionals & BAM


  • We facilitate networking and partnership of missional businesses both locally and globally to build a platform for urban mission locally and pioneering mission globally. We help proliferate missional workplaces, with the goal of “missional workplaces on one mall/ street,” and to promote the bi-vocational training of professional and ministry skills in the workplace.

  • Recruit and send missionaries, and support the ministries of other branches of China Ministries International. Our ministries include emailing the China and Gospel bi-monthly published by CMI-Taiwan, promoting and selling the publications of CMI-Taiwan Publishing Limited and CRTsBooks.net.

  • Form partnerships with churches and other ministry organizations who have the same passion for Three-fold mission, foster relationships toward the goal of the evangelization of China, for it to become a “China of missions,” and to complete the Lord’s command of the Great Commission with the churches of the world.