China Ministries International

The Three-fold Vision & Mission



As we look upon the world, one person of five is Chinese. As we look at the harvest field, one out of three among the unreached peoples s Chinese. It is undeniable that China is the greatest harvest field in the world today. In the past fifty years, God has done a mighty work in China. The number of Christians has multiplied from less than 1 million (1949) to over 60-80 million (1996). After the June 4th Massacre in 1989, a “Christianity fever” has spread like wildfire among Chinese intellectuals. There has never been such a golden opportunity for the evangelization of China in the past five thousand years. Now it is the time that 1.3 billion are thirsting for salvation. Now it is the time that the door for Gospel is wide open. This is the critical moment for the evangelization of the Chinese people.


The church is the glorious body of Christ. Ministries can be developed through the renewal and equipping of the church. CMI’s long term goal is to overcome denominationalism and self-centeredness by promoting church renewal and enabling churches worldwide to engage in a cooperative effort for the evangelization of China.


Chinese culture is at a crossroad. Traditional culture has been demolished and Marxism is now crumbling down. A crisis of faith is keenly felt. People are despondent about the present turmoil and immorality. What can Christianity contribute to the reconstruction of Chinese culture? Chinese Christians face the solemn task of illuminating Chinese culture with Biblical truth, regenerating the Chinese character with new life in Christ and restructuring Chinese thinking with Christian worldview.

China Ministries International affirms the culture mandate as well as the missionary mandate. Because of this, we invest our efforts in research, publication, training and communication to make a Christian impact in Chinese culture.


CMI is an international mission organization composed of Christians who are committed to the fulfillment of the Three-fold Vision of: Evangelizing the Chinese People; Strengthening of the Chinese Church; and Christianization of the Chinese Culture, through the introduction of Christian values by means of research, training, publishing, and sending those who are called. We do all these to the glory of God, under the Lordship of Christ, and in the power of the Holy Spirit.

Saving Pastor Gong

Please Help Saving jailed Pastor Gong of Huanan Chruch


Since Dec 2, 2012, my father Pastor Shengliang Gong had High Blood Pressure and Cerebral Infraction, but he never got the proper medical checkup and adequate treatments. Consequently, my father’s illness got worse and worse. More than once my father almost fell to the ground during last November.

Finally when he got the checkup on November 26th 2013, the doctor said my father’s illness was not very optimistic. He was having Cerebral Infraction, Encephalatrophy, Brain Lesions and Leukoaraiosis, etc. The doctor said that my father needs to have checkup every three months. So we repeatedly requested the prison officials to perform checkup accordingly, once every three months. The prison said that they had one done on April 17th, but refused to release the hospital’s medical treatments records and conclusions to neither my father nor the family members. They would not make any specific statements about my father’s illness. Now, my father and our family have no ideas about the level of his illness.

       Since my father illness, previously we could buy some appropriate medicines for him according to his known conditions pieced together from oral communications of diagnosis, after consulting with doctors. Though this won’t amount to totally healing, it was the only way our family could do for him under the circumstances. But now, as the prison withholding medical records from us, we are unable to know his condition and thus cannot providing suitable medicines for him-the very minimum request was denied of us.

       The inadequate medical treatments within the prison cannot give my father prompt and sufficient treatments. Yet the prison won’t send him to hospitals outside for necessary treatments and regular checkups, causing further serious damages to his health. The prison won’t allow him the fundamental human rights; they also deprive his right to know about his illness condition. The prison as law enforcement agency behaves illegally. Effectively, they are directly pushing my gravely ill father to dead end street of death.

       I appeal to the international communities concerning my father’s health and human rights conditions. Please join us to rally for my father and our family’s rights to medical records and the right to know the situation of my father’s sickness; also his right to have regular medical treatments, thereby saving his life and protect his fundamental rights!!


Pastor Shengliang Gong’s daughter: Huali Gong

June 30th 2014

Cell Phone: 13241248388

Han Kou prison department phone number: 027-83556018

Instructor Hanwen Wang: 15327298562




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