Creating Healthy, Multi-ethnic, Economically Diverse Churches

Every church in the New Testament was a healthy, multi-ethnic, economically-diverse church.

Creating Multicultural Churches

Five church planters discuss serving the Spanish and English speaking communities in their cities.

Loving Our Muslim Neighbors

Many American Christians are paralyzed when it comes to showing and sharing the love of Jesus with their Muslim co-workers and neighbors.

Do Not Fear the Unknown

Don’t let fear paralyze and prevent you from saying hello, asking simple questions, and inviting them over for tea.  

Valuing Diversity Like Jesus Did

Diversity is not an end in itself, but it is incredibly important to building a true community of believers.

Why Your Church Needs a Hispanic Ministry

You can’t do it all, but you can do something to reach one of the largest communities of people in our country.

Creating a Culture of Evangelistic Accountability

For pastors, avoiding the topic of evangelism cannot become the default choice.

Who are Our Neighbors from India?

India is the least reached nation in the world, and in North America, there is a now a great opportunity to share the love of Christ with them.

Getting Past Inertia: Three Simple Tips for Sharing Our Faith

The message of Christ’s love and redemptive work on the cross was meant to be shared and it’s our job to testify to its power.

Challenges to Becoming a Multicultural Church

What does it look like to make a healthy cultural shift away from who you are to who you can be?

Planting Churches in a Multiethnic Context

To understand what is a multiethnic church, we need to understand what multiethnic means.

The Bigger Picture of Church Planting

We can learn how we can partner with church plants, planters, networks, and denominations for the advancement of the mission of God.

Ministry in the Urban Revolution

When it comes to the realm of missiology today, you cannot address the study of mission without addressing it in the context of urbanization.

Understanding Before Being Understood

Ed and Daniel chat with Dhati Lewis on contextualization and mission.

Connecting With Immigrants Who Own and Manage Businesses

One way to connect with various people groups is through their businesses

Contextualizing “Personal Jerusalems”

The ability to contextualize the gospel properly greatly affects the effectiveness of a church advancing the mission of God in a specific locale.

An Unprecedented Opportunity

Learn the commitments and challenges for a multi-ethnic church.

Your Church Doesn’t Need You

Hear Annie and Colby’s journey ministering in Iceland while pastoring in Virginia.

More Blessed to Receive Than to Give?

We should be willing and able to receive a gift when it’s offered to us.

Starting Churches that Reach H1B Visa Non Immigrant Visa Holders

Churches should not overlook this burgeoning mission opportunity.

2 Kinds of Multi-Ethnic Churches

Even if a church does not talk about race/social issues as much, these churches care deeply about what God is doing globally.

3 Signposts for a Multi-Ethnic Church

What do Jay-Z, Beyoncé, Justin Timberlake, Justin Bieber, and Kanye West have in common?

How Should We Measure Success?

Numbers, dollars, and buildings say something, but not everything.