Knowing God Personally (Mandarin) |The presentation of how to know God personally. This could be share on screen for an online conversation or group presentation.

Honor-Restored |  In honor-shame cultures the main existential problem is shame: this is where the need for the gospel is most keenly felt, and where the good news of the gospel is experienced as truly good news. While many gospel tracts focus on a person’s guilt before a righteous God, this one centers on our shame before a holy God. You can find Honor-Restored in the GodTools App.

Four Spiritual Laws | The Chinese version of the evangelistic tract can be purchased here. Additionally, a bilingual version, as well as a pinyin version (for those hoping to share the gospel in Chinese) are also available for purchase. An updated online version that could be used for group presentation.

Two Ways to Live | An excellent evangelistic tool that conveys the gospel in the context of the big-picture biblical storyline. The Chinese version is available on the web. Additionally, Two Ways to Live is also available as a multi-lingual iOS app, and in print. Check out also Capitol Hill Baptist Church’s core seminar training material for how to use Two Ways to Live.

Web Resources |  WeChat account: xinshengmingyesu; An evangelistic website with articles answering common questions regarding faith. It is a good source to be able to share with your friends.

Leaf Huang at UNC |  Dr. Huang is a distinguished professor at UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy as well as a well-known Chinese speaker on the subject of faith and science. There is also a video on his personal journey becoming a Christian from an atheist.


Tim Keller, The Reason for God: Belief in an Age of Skepticism | Named book of the year by World Magazine in 2008 and recipient of the Christianity Today book award for apologetics/evangelism in 2009, this excellent book has won wide praise. It has been translated into Chinese, and is available here.

Greg Gilbert, Who Is Jesus? | Intended as a succinct introduction to Jesus’s life, words, and enduring significance, Who Is Jesus? offers non-Christians and new Christians alike a compelling portrait of Jesus Christ. Ultimately, this book encourages readers to carefully consider the history-shaping life and extraordinary teachings of the greatest man who ever lived.

Francis Collins, Language of God | For many, faith is contradictory to science; it’s irrational, not based on facts. This book was written for believers, agnostics, and atheists alike; it provides a testament to the power of faith in the midst of suffering without faltering from its logical stride.


Christianity Explained | A time-tested six-week study that (like the similarly named Christianity Explored) is based on the Gospel of Mark. The format can be used in small groups, but is equally well-suited for one-on-one contexts. The Chinese version can be purchased or downloaded here.

Foundations for Faith | This bilingual Bible study resource is an eight-part series with two lessons on each of the following questions: (1) What is God like according to the Bible? (2) If God exists, why is the world in this imperfect condition? (3) What did God do about our problem? (4) Why did Jesus have to die on the cross?

Exploring The Bible | This 14-week Bible study guide is designed for international students and visiting scholars (who may speak English only as their second or third language). It assumes no biblical background, so it can be used with those studying the Bible for the first time. It has definitions of words, background notes, and explanations of idioms.

Discovery Bible Study | This is an easy-to-use tool that includes topics, verses, and a discussion format you can use to help students begin to understand the message of the Bible. This series covers the core message of the Gospel. Contact us to receive a copy.