Numbers, dollars and buildings may not be the best way to measure the effectiveness of multiethnic churches.
"Armed with love and with childlike faith, we become an army, advancing the right-side-up kingdom of God."
Mark DeYmaz: “Can a church really hope to redeem a community if it does not reflect the community?”
"How we treat the poor, the oppressed, the immigrant and the incarcerated is directly related to our intimacy with God."
"It’s less about proving you're right or wrong, and more about seeing others draw closer to the unconditional love of Jesus."
The Hispanic population in the U.S. is growing, here's how your church can effectively reach them.
Pastors of color face unique challenges, but there are encouraging signs that they are beginning to overcome them.
Racial justice and reconciliation are central to the gospel. Here's how predominantly white churches can join the cause.
“If you want people to live in a different way, you have to promise them change—the possibility of a different kind of church.”
The Pursuit of Equality, Justice and Civility Involves Publicly Protecting Those Who Are Under Threat in These Racially Charged and Politically Divisive Tmes.