Building a Multicultural Congregation: Widening the Welcome of your Church to Other Cultures

Book, 2002, 96 pp
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Canada and the United States have become increasingly ethnically diverse. Yet many congregations exist as if unaffected by this diversity. This resource provides an excellent overview of the challenges and opportunities for congregations who become less "color-blind" and more open to the needs of God's diverse peoples all around them.

The authors of the 13 chapters are themselves a reflection of the diversity around us. Some chapters focus more on theological and philosophical issues while others grow out of the day-to-day implications of multicultural ministry. Each chapter is founded upon a biblical passage and includes discussion questions at the end. A topical list of resources for further study is also provided.This is a practical handbook comes with permission to photocopy materials for use in the local church.

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