There are many books that highlight the need and importance of mission toward unreached people. Unfortunately, few of them deal with the importance of understanding the real life of unreached people and how to analyze them.
This book identifies conceptual issues for the development of receptor-oriented communication strategies among young, educated, urban Hui (YEU-Hui) Muslims in China's northwestern cities in order to achieve culturally relevant churches in those areas. It is written to help not only those who are interested in the unreached, but also those who are interested in Muslim evangelism, urban sociology, biblical exegesis, contextual church planting, communication, and mission strategy.
Enoch Jinsik Kim utilizes a new approach--virtual community mission for planting offline churches--that integrates the use of local church-driven Internet community, traditional media, and offline task teams from a multi-ethnic local church. While the research focuses on the Chinese Muslim context, the identification of the young, urban, and educated as a strategic group for mission can be applied in other Muslim and non-Muslim contexts. This research is useful to cross-cultural communicators, church planters, and all those interested in interpersonal relationships.
""Enoch Jinsik Kim's thorough research on the YEU-HUI Muslim people exemplifies how to be a responsible missiologist who loves people, God, and the gospel. . . . As a former missionary in the field, I wish I had this to read before jumping into communicating the gospel in the missional context, and currently as a senior pastor of an immigrant church, reaching all generations and desiring to see younger millennials come to Christ, this virtual church strategy enlightens me on the implications behind it. The time spent on this book will be worth every minute for those who are in ministry, whether in the states or abroad.""
--Tae Kim, All Nations Church, Senior Pastor
He is a member of GMF and HOPE, and is the author of A New Entrance Gate in Urban Minorities (2011), 'Us' or 'Me'? Modernization and Social Networks among China's Urban Hui (2013), and ""Mission Strategy in the City"" (2017).