China—Raising the Next Generations
by Jayna Richardson A Chinese couple attended an Art of Parenting® (AOP) course together—the first parenting course they had ever taken. Like many couples, clashing views on parenting produced significant tension in their marriage. The group leaders challenged this couple to spend time dating and discussing homework questions. The couple went on eight dates while […]
China: From Destruction to Redemption
Greg and Lyn Wu* first learned about FamilyLife through attending an Art of Marriage® event in Beijing. Because of the difficulties they were facing in their marriage, particularly in their communication patterns, they didn’t want to go back after the first night. But God was at work in drawing them together and bringing about an […]
China—the first Chinese FamilyLife speaker...
The narrow valley floor between two steep mountain rock faces north of Beijing was the location for the first ever Chinese speaker couples’ retreat March 4-6. All five of our committed Chinese speaker couples were able to attend, squeezing the weekend in between their equally tight schedules. All of the couples attending live in the […]
China — One Couple’s Battle
It was a bitterly cold January night in Beijing. As Sheryl and I stepped out of the taxi and began the short walk to the apartment building, I could feel the sharp cut of the winter wind biting at any exposed skin. Our Chinese friends, Shaun and Sara, had offered their apartment if we would […]
China—A conference by Chinese, for Chinese
It started at a high school reunion where James, one of our FamilyLife Chinese speakers, reconnected with his friend after 30 years. They found out that they were both Christians, his friend from a Christian heritage and James as an adult. James mentioned to his friend that he and his wife, Joanne, were speakers for […]
China—Passport to Purity
A 15-year-old girl in Shanghai had an English teacher give her an English copy of Passport to Purity ®, FamilyLife’s resource for teaching adolescents about love, sex, and relationships. She took it home to show to her mother. Her mother, who had only been a Christian for about three months, could not read or speak […]
China—FamilyLife materials receive governm...
FamilyLife is excited to announce that the Mandarin Chinese version of our Weekend to Remember video conference and manual has been officially approved by the Chinese government! This is a big deal in China where the government owns all publishing houses and can withhold an ISBN number if they don’t approve of the material. When […]
God continues to open doors for FamilyLife in Hong Kong to spread the good news through building a family God’s way. They have launched the FamilyLife Parenting Seminar in addition to their HomeBuilders Couples Series studies and marriage seminars. They also have begun using Passport 2 Purity to help parents and preteens. Iron and Jennie […]