A couple of things you’ve likely noticed: Many Black, Indigenous, and People of Color in your life are clearly hurting, and there is power in the way you love. Because of this your love, in all relationships, will require nuance.
Our lack of physical suffering as a result of our profession of Christ contributes to a life void of the very thing that prepares us for the greatest witness i.e., being willing to give up anything, even our own lives for Christ.
Learn how to move your multi-ethnic congregation beyond welcoming and really make members feel at home with these three proven methods learned from our friends at Peoples Church Cincinnati.
The impulse towards unity is driving more churches to become multiethnic. Here are 5 unique trends every true multi-ethnic ministry should be aware of.
For the color line to truly be washed away, here are 3 essential principles to keep to keep in mind.
Crisis often comes into our lives when we are least expecting them; however, we can seize the opportunity and turn our most difficult moments into our best.
2020 and the events surrounding the global pandemic have felt like an intense period of waiting. What if, instead of waiting for the time to pass, we can leverage this time to cultivate something new, deepen something, or learn something new.
While I could make a several page appeal to my fellow evangelicals on the abysmal and very un-Jesus like character of political leaders of our day, instead I make a call for us to practice what Jesus preached.
At first glance, Love & Unity may sound soft, but trust me, it is not. It’s a mandate with merit and probably the most Christ-like vision your church or any church start-up can pursue.Here’s a Framework to Talk about Race, Class, and Gender.
Grief is about letting go of what is in the past that w’e’re capable of reaching for, to what’s in the future. Grief is actually the bridge that we take between the pain of loosing something, and then the hope of something in the future.