How to Become a Multicultural Church

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Format: Paperback

Vendor: Eerdmans

Publication Date: July 07, 2017


ISBN: 0802873936

ISBN-13: 9780802873934

Number of Pages: 189

Dimensions: 9.00 × 6.00 (inches)

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Many churches aspire to be more culturally diverse-but they find that they have no idea how to approach that goal practically. This book addresses that problem with ten ways churches can truly engage and welcome other cultures.

In 2014 Douglas Brouwer, a seasoned American pastor, took on the unique challenge of serving a multiethnic, multiracial, multicultural church in one of Europe's largest cities. In this book Brouwer distills the lessons he has learned from that experience into timely wisdom on issues every multicultural church faces, including language barriers, theological differences, and cultural stereotypes. Honestly recounting his own questions and challenges in multicultural ministry, Brouwer shows how churches everywhere can adjust their attitudes and practices to embrace racial, ethnic, and cultural diversity.

Author Info


Douglas J. Brouwer is pastor of the International Protestant Church in Zürich, Switzerland. His previous books include Remembering the Faith: What Christians Believe and What Am I Supposed to Do with My Life? Asking the Right Questions.

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