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Reconciling Witness And Worship: Six Ways To Begin
Imagine a church that considers its’ surrounding ‘neighbors’ and the future majority of our country in developing practices of worship.
Aug 25, 2016. worship, multicultural, diversity. Reconciling Witness And Worship: Six Ways To Begin. Consider what “diversity” looks like in your area. Are there North African refugees?
Di-ver-si-ty: Overcoming Homogeneity in Our Churches
Racial diversity in local churches is a preview of eternity.
Di-ver-si-ty: Overcoming Homogeneity in Our Churches. Racial diversity in local churches is a preview of eternity. We in the US churches face challenges related to racial diversity.
Weekend Edition—July 22, 2016
Distractions, Work, a Diverse America, Church signs, and more!
sharing. William Frey writes at the outset of their article, “Racial diversity will be the most defining and impactful characteristic of the millennial generation.
California Lawmaker Drops Controversial Proposal to Regulate Religious Colleges
SB 1146 won't be the religious liberty threat many Christians feared.
“It would be a step backwards if California, a state that has long been a leader in diversity, inclusion and pluralism, could not find a way to value and honor the religious freedom of
What the Tower of Babel Can Teach Us about Our Desire for True Gospel Witness
Foundational to following Jesus is that we live by faith and not fear!
That's why most of us prefer safe, familiar, homogenous environments and don't welcome diversity into our lives. Racial and ethnic diversity is increasingly dramatically.
Border Crossing: 5 Ways to Move Church Voting Beyond the Status Quo
Church voting should reflect vision, not current reality.
it is not big enough, not aware of local concerns enough, not strategically sensitive enough, or when year after year, the fervor for ethnic, gender, and economic diversity intensifies but
California's Religious Liberty Moment—Coming to a State Near You
On the verge of a precedent that should not be set.
It would be a step backwards if California, a state that has long been a leader in diversity, inclusion and pluralism, could not find a way to value and honor the religious freedom of
Weekend Edition—June 3, 2016
British Evangelicalism, A Confession, Military chaplains, church signs and more!
not just fairness to conservatives or evangelical Christians, not just whether progressives will be true to their own values, not just the benefits that come from diversity (and diversity of
Weekend Edition—July 15, 2016
Race, Russia's bad law, Church cookouts, church signs, and more!
I am also aware of our waning evangelistic impact. Amplify encouraged me greatly, reminding me God is at work in a variety of tribes and through a diversity of networks and churches.
3 Challenges in Urban Ministry
Urban ministry engages depravity, longevity and community.
I want Christians to engage the city, not just the young and urban professionals, but the inner city, the poor and all ethnicities. The United States is growing in ethnic diversity.
The Future of the SBC—Is Not White
Southern Baptists will not both grow and remain a majority white denomination.
SBC membership will continue to decline if it is not better equipped and more open to ethnic diversity in membership and leadership, while engaging immigrant and refugee populations
5 Future Trends of Church Planting
Church planting trends for now and the future
The influx of immigrants and their migration to North American cities has led and will continue to spur the need for church planting efforts to embrace and enact diversity—especially for
Confessions of a Middle-Aged White Woman: 5 Leadership Lessons on the Way to Diversity
Cru leader Cas Monaco shares her journey to racial understanding.
Confessions of a Middle-Aged White Woman: 5 Leadership Lessons on the Way to Diversity. Confessions of a Middle-Aged White Woman: 5 Leadership Lessons on the Way to Diversity
Subscriber Access Only A Unified Church Is Gospel Witness
In a society rife with racial conflict, US evangelicals are in a unique position to build cross-cultural bridges.
the past three decades, 97.8 percent of urban areas, 97.2 percent of suburban areas, and 95.6 percent of rural areas have experienced a significant increase in diversity (measured by
Amplifying Evangelism—A Call to Share the Faith
In a pluralistic world the need to evangelize is greater than ever.
First, people are people. Skin color and cultural diversity doesn't mean there is nothing in common. In reality, the really important things are common to us all.
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Top Story October 1, 2016
The Good (and Bad) News About Christian Education
The Good (and Bad) News About Christian Higher Education
‘Christian colleges are as strong as they’ve been since the 1920s,’ says historian William Ringenberg. But there are challenges on the horizon.
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