Becoming a Multiethnic Church Is Costly, But Worth It

When the Bridge Church in Wilmington, North Carolina, made an intentional move to become multiethnic, we started losing people.

Ministering in Our Increasingly Multiethnic Cities

The church must pay attention to the shifting demographics of our cities.

How to Have Conversations About Diversity As a White Male

I’m a white male who teaches at a prestigious college. There’s much to unpack in that sentence, but it’s certainly a position of cultural power. As a white male, I’m certainly...

Engaging Everyone to Love Our City

Crossover Church recruits service project volunteers from every demographic.

New Life Community Church: A Multiethnic Lighthouse in East Denver

How an Anglo church in Aurora, Colorado, intentionally embraced a multiethnic vision.

Building a Multicultural Church in Salt Lake City

Spreading the gospel takes precedence over preserving a particular culture.

Hope Church: Building a Multiethnic Church in Memphis—Part 1

The story of how the largest white Presbyterian church in America took steps to become multiethnic.

Hope Church: From Toleration to Celebration—Part 2

For Hope Church, becoming multiethnic is an essential component of reflecting the gospel.

6 Benefits of Raising Kids in a Cross-Cultural Context

Making sacrifices as a family for mission is costly, but Christ is worth it.

Building Bridges to Our Muslim Neighbors

Neighborly Faith is encouraging dinner and dialogue between Muslims and Christians.
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