Bible Studies

Developing Your New Relationship with God | A bilingual seven-lesson series Bible studies produced by China Outreach Ministries designed to cover the basics of the Christian life with a new believer.

J-Mission 1&2 |It’s a follow-up material with the DNA of transferable concepts but specifically designed with this generation of Chinese students in mind. Each lesson has activities that help to make abstract concepts concrete and have application steps for them to take. It included studies like self-image and relationships which are more common struggles among this generation of Chinese. The material can be requested here.

Life Concepts | A five-lesson series to provide new believers with a strong foundation in essential biblical truths. Chinese Version can be found here: Lesson One Lesson Two Lesson Three Lesson Four Lesson Five

Christian Character Bible Studies | Eight lessons on basic topics: justification, the lordship of Christ, temptations, holiness, self-image, humility, and patience. Available only in Chinese.

Profile of a Discipled Student (PODS) | A tool for discipling international students that gives you a solid framework of topics and readings from the Bible. It allows freedom to choose how you discuss and pass on topics. Contact us to receive a copy.

Web Resources

ilovegrow.com | Lots of articles here for new and growing Christians. Topics range from helps to knowing God more to dealing with personal struggles to cults. The website is all in Chinese.

Satisfied? | The Satisfied? booklet communicates foundational truths about the ministry of the Holy Spirit in the life of a believer. Download the Chinese version here and the bilingual version here.

Books

Ying-chih Su, Daily Walk with the Lord  | A structured daily devotional to read through the whole Bible in one year. In Chinese only.

Fee and Stuart, How to Read the Bible Book by Book | A companion to How to Read the Bible for All It’s Worth, this volume goes through each book individually, giving a brief snapshot, summarizing key elements, and locating it in the overall narrative of Scripture. Check out the Chinese version.