Opinion | Family
God Hears Your Back-to-School Prayers
A new school year brings more challenges and opportunities for Christians in education.
A new school year brings more challenges and opportunities for Christians in education.
interview | Discipleship
Between Two Cultures: How Latina Christians Approach Leadership
Yvette Santana pilots a new project to coalesce Hispanic women.
With nearly 58 million Hispanics residing stateside and one in every four children born in the United States being Hispanic, the US Census Bureau identifies the Hispanic population as
Opinion | Church
The Latino Protestants In Our BackyardsSubscriber access only
The church has the chance to learn from our immigrant neighbors.
Most Hispanics speak English, but the expectation of a language barrier still prevents many white families from making Segregated cities mean some don't cross paths with Latinos.
Opinion | Pop Culture
Latina, Pentecostal, and College-BoundSubscriber access only
How the church stands to benefit from rising educational attainment.
the sharpening of my gifts in research and educational program development for Latinos. while earning a college degree, the upward educational trends among Hispanics gives me
Opinion | Church
On These Tamales, I Will Build My ChurchSubscriber access only
Celebrating the gifts Christian women bring to the table.
Celebrating the gifts Christian women bring to the table.
Opinion | Sexuality
Hope for More Diverse Conference LineupsSubscriber access only
How our exposure to minority voices can lead to greater shifts in the church.
How our exposure to minority voices can lead to greater shifts in the church.
Opinion | Church
No More All-White Conference LineupsSubscriber access only
#SpeakersofColor share their tips for ensuring diversity.
#SpeakersofColor share their tips for ensuring diversity.
Opinion | Pop Culture
Day of the Dead Gets New LifeSubscriber access only
What does it mean for this Hispanic celebration to go mainstream?
Celebrations in places like Holland, Michigan, and Dayton, Ohio, point to the rapid growth of Latinos in the Midwest and their desire to continue this tradition.
Opinion | Pop Culture
The Real Benefits of Spanish-Immersion Elementary SchoolSubscriber access only
It’s not just about speaking another language.
It's not just about speaking another language.
Opinion | Pop Culture
Saying Hola to Our Multilingual RealitySubscriber access only
God calls us to celebrate our country’s beautiful diversity.
I teach a class titled, "The US Experience: Latinos, Language, and Literacy." We focus on issues of language and literacy in Spanish-speaking communities in the United States.
Opinion | Pop Culture
Making Ourselves the StrangersSubscriber access only
For the sake of reconciliation, Christians might seek out the experience of being a minority.
In a country where whites and Asians generally hold higher status than Hispanics, our attending them as Gloria, Carlos, and Elizabeth, not as "those Mexicans" or "those Latinos." We've