Local pastors reach across racial divides to share faith, perspective by Dean Olsen (The State Journal-Register, Oct. 17, 2015) A half-century after the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. lamented that 11 […]
This press release from Leadership Network, “Church for a New Generation? Large Canadian Churches Are Growing, Reaching Young Families, Drawing 1 of Every 8 Protestant Churchgoers” highlighted this finding: These […]
Springfield churches merge to break down racial walls by Tiffany Y. Latta (Springfield News-Sun — October 2, 2015) It has been said that Sunday at 11 a.m. is the most […]
The Summer/Fall 2015 issue of 9Marks Journal has a collection of articles and book reviews on the topic of “Multi-Ethnic Churches“— Excerpt from the Editor’s Note: Consider this Journal 9Marks’ way of […]
Why the City Needs Multiethnic ChurchesRedeemer City to City — July 2015 Eddie Dhanpat is starting Mosaic City Church in Queens, New York. He expounds on four reasons for urban […]
Elizabeth Drury wrote this series of blog posts about churches renting to other cultures — featured at EdStetzer.com’s “Thursday is for Thinkers”. Biola University. An intercultural ministry facilitator, teacher, and […]
Inside a new experiment on evangelicals, mainline Protestants, and race. Do Christian churches in the United States actually welcome people from different racial and ethnic groups?
As race relations remain at the forefront of conversation, pastors in South Carolina are weighing in on the church’s role. Pastor Derwin Gray of Transformation Church talks about his new book titled The High-Definition Leader: Building Multi-Ethnic Churches in a Multi-Ethnic World.
Calvary Temple International (CTI) is a model multicultural church in Wayne, New Jersey, reflects the growing nonwhite ethnic minority community. CTI conducts weekly services in English, Spanish, Tagalog (Filipino), and Korean, as well as Farsi (Persian) in home groups.
Beyond Welcoming: Creating a multi-ethnic congregation begins by helping members feel at home. by Oneya Fennell Okuwobi (Christianity Today, June 2015) Throughout high school, I attended a church 20 minutes away […]