The Church, Immigration Reform, and Community Outreach: A Call to the Church
Mark DeYmaz: “Can a church really hope to redeem a community if it does not reflect the community?”
“Surely the Good News of Jesus Has Something to Say to the Greatest Historic Injustice of the Last 500 Years.”
“If unity and diversity are perfected in the eternal church, we should be ever pursuing its perfection in the local church, as well.”
A church that reflects its community is uniquely positioned to revive faith, restore hope and reveal love in the community.
When the Bridge Church in Wilmington, North Carolina, made an intentional move to become multiethnic, we started losing people.
Ed Stetzer: "The majority of believers are comfortable with the level (or lack) of diversity that exists in their church."
Children learn about multiethnic relationships from their parents. Here are ways to model healthy relationships.
The multiethnic church movement has experienced considerable strain. This is cause for correction, not despair. Here are some first steps.
"The problem of reconciliation is much too big to be wrestled to the ground by plans that begin in the minds of men."