Promoting Multi-Ethnic Engagement and Leadership

Part 7 Links to previous posts include:  Introduction: “Fighting Racism with the Gospel“ Part 1: “Ending Racism with Counter-cultural Gospel Ministry“ Part 2: “Ending Racism with Counter-Cultural Gospel Ministry: Part 2“ Part 3: “Ending Racism: Rethinking the Suburban Church: Part 3“ Part 4: “Six Core Values for Multi-Ethnic Ministry“ Part 5: “Growing Pains in Multi-ethnic Ministry“ Part 6: … More Promoting Multi-Ethnic Engagement and Leadership

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Ending Racism with Counter-cultural Gospel Ministry

  The following, as promised in yesterday’s post (“Fighting Racism with the Gospel”), is the first of a series of posts excerpting an essay I wrote in 2009 for the John Fuder and Noel Castellanos book, A HEART FOR THE COMMUNITY: NEW MODELS FOR URBAN AND SUBURBAN MINISTRY. Becoming a Multi-Ethnic Suburban Church (Capitalizing on the … More Ending Racism with Counter-cultural Gospel Ministry

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Pathways to Impact

Some thoughts to motivate your care and love of your neighbors. “It is precisely the scandal of an unbroken heart that impedes evangelism today.” —David Shipley “Following Jesus by forming friendships with fearless love results in fruitful service.” —Dr. John Fuder “Follow me and I will make you fishers of men.” Dr. Fuders’s analysis of … More Pathways to Impact

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Great Quotes Series

“The Church is constantly tempted to accept this world as her home . . . but if she is wise she will consider that she stands in the valley between the mountain peaks of eternity past and the eternity to come. The past is gone forever and the present is passing as swift as the … More Great Quotes Series

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Tozer’s Critique of Evangelical Christians

Tozer was writing about the Christianity he observed in the years before the assassination of President Kennedy. It is shocking to see how relevant his observations continue to be of the church in America today.  In fact, I wonder if Tozer wouldn’t have a heart attack if he saw the lazy, superficial, feelings-oriented, smarmy, and … More Tozer’s Critique of Evangelical Christians

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