Hundreds pledge lives to missions at 'Chinese Urbana' as red tape rises.
Sarah Eekhoff Zylstra
When 1,200 youth gathered for the first Chinese "Urbana-style" missions conference this fall, 300 pledged to become full-time missionaries. "This is one of those historic moments," said David Ro, director of the Wilson Center for World Missions at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary. "There are lots of challenges ahead, on the mission field and in China. And yet God is doing something — while they are being attacked, they are still moving forward." continue reading >>