Month: June 2017

My Response to “Divinity, Diversity and Division”

Recently an article was published about issues of multi-cultural training at Duke Divinity School.  You can read about it here.   I commented on several blogs but I wanted to raise my voice in this space to unveil the discourse of diversity and inclusion in a very unlikely place, Duke Divinity School, a seminary training future

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Pentecost, Church Diversity, and You

Intercultural ministry, diversity and inclusion, and oneness in the Body of Christ is the calling that stands in my heart.  On Pentecost Sunday, we celebrated the gift of the Holy Spirit to a diverse church.  For me, it is the right time to ask each of us to commit to learning more about church diversity

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