Race and the Gospel: How Can We Move Beyond a Broken Witness?

“When We’re in a Posture of Hospitality, We Can’t Objectify Those With Whom We Disagree. We Can’t Throw Stones While Serving Bread.”

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.

Understanding Our Hispanic Brothers and Sisters

Jesus has gathered his church to put the beauty of his creativity and wisdom on display to the ends of the earth.

Race and the Gospel: What Happens If We Forget the Poor?—Part 3

“Heaven and Hell Show Up in the Balance as Jesus Pointedly Discusses the Inability to Separate our Love of Neighbor From our Love of Him.”

Why You Should Preach on Race as Soon as You Can

Our world and our people are hungering for us to preach on this.

Setting a Course for Intentional Multiethnic Ministry

Mark DeYmaz: “It takes more than mere words and sentiment to bring about systemic change.”

How to Engage the Community

Efrem Smith: "The churches that are doing the best in our conference in engaging their surrounding community are the ones who value a cause more than their Sunday morning worship."

Not Too Small to Plant

Mark DeYmaz: "Engage your community and God will establish a church that reflects his kingdom."

3 Options When Your Church No Longer Reflects the Community

There are three ways a church can respond when the demographic of a community changes.

Bryan Loritts: Building Bridges—Part 2

“Our sanctuaries reflect our dinner tables. So if you want a diverse sanctuary, then you have to have hundreds of diverse dinner tables.”
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