Working Toward Diversity: New City Church

"If you want to understand ethnicity and prejudice, you have to surround yourself with people who are different than you."

Arkansas Church Connects 3 Separate—yet Unified—Language Groups

Open Door Baptist Church consists of English-, Spanish- and Korean-speaking congregations.

How to Become Diverse: The Story of Fielder Church in Texas

Fielder Church employs an intentional, strategic process over multiple years to change the culture of the church.

Missouri Church Embraces and Celebrates Diversity

“We like to say that our church is where we come to be celebrated,” Lead Pastor Damon Duran says, “not just be tolerated.”

Race and the Gospel: Is Justice Part of the Discussion?—Part 1

“Surely the Good News of Jesus Has Something to Say to the Greatest Historic Injustice of the Last 500 Years.”

Bridging the Divide: Kentucky Churches Build Racial Harmony

Two churches combine forces to build friendships and tear down racial stereotypes.

Collaborating for Diversity: Pastor Network Builds on Multiethnic Ministries

“By working and worshipping together as one, these pastors hope to represent Christ as a peacemaking force in their city.”

Multiethnic Church: Why Diversity Requires Maturity

“If unity and diversity are perfected in the eternal church, we should be ever pursuing its perfection in the local church, as well.”

Chicago Church Confronts Inequality to Meet Unique Neighborhood Needs

Urban Village Church seeks to be more inclusive and diverse by planting sites in four neighborhoods throughout the city.

“I Was the Only African-American”—Lessons From a Mystery Visit

An unchurched person reports on an unannounced visit to a local church. Could it be yours?
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