How do you care for the singles of your church without them feeling like they’re attending a Christian speed-dating event?
Some in the immigrant-church conversation are tired and ready to quit. Others insist on immediate change. How should we approach this discussion?
Could the way congregations of different languages relate to one another be informed by how denominations connect churches?
Having a productive conversation about the immigrant church requires both cultural and ecclesiological fluency.
It seems many immigrant churches are in the midst of a divorce. Why?
It’s true. Confession could cost your reputation. It could result in an awkward conversation. But freedom in the gracious, holy light of God is priceless.