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The Holy Spirit and the Chinese Church: Interview with Dennis Balcombe

We need more missionaries like me to come to China or other Asian cities where there are predominantly Chinese people, learn the language, do evangelism and church planting.

In China, missionaries can easily start smaller house churches without much problem, and as they grow large to divide into smaller groups.

Now there is great vision to reach the approximately 80 million people in the various national ethnic groups (non-Han people). Most have not been reached. This takes funds and personnel. Both Chinese believers and overseas missionaries can do this work.

 

PR: What can believers in other parts of the world do to help?

Dennis Balcombe: First, give money to financially support ministries who are actually working in China. There are many projects people can support. One of the main ones is to purchase Bibles. We have a vision to delivers another 5 million Bibles to China’s Christians to be used for evangelism during the next 9-10 years.

Secondly, bring teams to deliver Bibles to China, and do personal evangelism in China (such as passing out tracts and witnessing).

We need anointed pastors and teachers to come to teach Christians. Those with prophetic gifts are especially in great demand, for many are released into their ministries through the prophetic ministry in which Gifts of the Holy Spirit often are imparted to the recipients. PR For Further Reading about Pastor Dennis Balcombe and Revival Chinese Ministries International:

Dennis Balcombe, “RCMI Helps Chinese Harvest Fields Turn Whiter.” www.charismanews.com/world/34075-rcmi-helps-chinese-harvest-fields-turn-whiter

The Revival Chinese Ministries International (English) website: http://rcmi.wordpress.com

 

One Journey One NationDennis Balcombe, One Journey One Nation: Autobiography of Dennis Balcombe Missionary to China (eGen, 2011) 9781936554041

 

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Category: Fall 2012, Pneuma Review, Spirit

About the Author: Dennis Balcombe knew he was called to be a missionary to China while he was a teenager, and was one of the first to enter the mainland when it opened to the West in the 1970s. He founded Revival Christian Church in Hong Kong in 1969 and continues to plant churches, travelling and ministering in China and internationally. He shares his story in One Journey, One Nation: Autobiography of Dennis Balcombe, Missionary to China (2011) and he is the author of China's Opening Door: Incredible Stories of the Holy Spirit at Work in One of the Greatest Revivals in Christianity (Charisma House, 2014). Revival Chinese Ministries International

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