Category: intercultural ministry

What’s Next?

The division in our nation is national news. As we gather in the comfort of pews in the coming months, some joyfully breathe a sigh of relief and some fear for what’s ahead. We continue to hear our world in terms of us and them. What is next for our nation? As people of God,

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In The Air

  “Love is in the air In the whisper of the tree Love is in the air In the thunder of the sea And I don’t know if I’m just dreaming Don’t know if I feel safe But it’s something that I must believe in And it’s there when you call out my name” The

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One Thing Your Congregation Can Teach You About Diversity

Diversity is one of the most misused words spoken in our churches today.  I often hear pastors and church leaders speak of diversity, but diversity is a very broad term.  Here’s the question to help you move your church towards understanding the full range of meaning of the word.  Is there an intercultural ministry mindset

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Are you prepared?

I believe our very nature is to stay where we are, with what we know.  Moving outside our comfort zones often becomes the challenge. Recently someone asked me, “Why are we not a diverse church? I believe the answer lies in the question, “Are you prepared to serve the changing demographics of your community? Over

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