Have you ever wanted to sit down with a trusted pastor, ask lots of questions, and listen to the answers he’s gleaned over 25 years of pastoral ministry experience?
Once one understands the place of the local church in God’s eternal plan, it’s worth re-thinking both ethnic-language church planting and ethnic-language ministry in general.
How do you equip women in your church for ministry?
For many Christians, Sunday school is a staple of church life. But what do you do when that staple isn’t as healthy as it should be?
Book Review: The Color of Church: A Biblical and Practical Paradigm for Multiracial Churches, by Rodney M. WooReview by Juan Sanchez | 9Marks Journal: Pastoring Women | 06.25.2010
Woo has served us well by pushing us out of our comfort zones. He should be read by pastors and lay leaders, particularly those who find themselves in diverse communities.
Overall, Being Latino in Christ is a helpful tool for second-generation Latinos who struggle with their ethnic identity on a personal level.
As a result of reading Multicultural Ministry, I will pray more, read more Scripture, and consider ways in which I can be a more deliberate reconciler.