Multicultural Ministry Handbook
Vendor: IVP Books
Publication Date: September 01, 2010
Number of Pages: 180
Dimensions: 9.00 × 6.00 (inches)
2011 Outreach Magazine Book Award winner
The world is becoming increasingly diverse. More and more of our neighbors are from a variety of cultures, ethnicities and cultural backgrounds. But most churches are still culturally homogenous and do not represent every tribe and tongue. What can we do to minister more effectively to our multicultural society?
David Anderson and Margarita Cabellon bring together an experienced team of practitioners to share best practices for multicultural ministry. First they lay out the biblical rationale for multicultural community as God's vision for his people. Then key leaders share personal journeys and practical ideas for multicultural leadership development, worship, children's ministry, outreach and much more. Drawing on the pioneering expertise of Bridgeway Community Church and BridgeLeader Network, the contributors present a holistic and multifaceted portrait of what a dynamic, grace-filled and diverse ministry can look like.
Our tribalized world is crying out for healing. Discover how you can minister to others as agents of God's reconciliation and hope.