How can you minister in a society where there's no common cultural touchstone? Tackling a controversial issue, Lewis-Giggetts encourages the body of Christ to embrace the struggles, benefits, and opportunities for ministry our differences provide in order to address humanity's universal problem---sin. Her insights will help you carry out the Great Commission in our diverse culture. 192 pages, softcover from Beacon Hill.
'This book courageously tackles a potentially controversial matter.'--Kevin Walker CLC Ministries'The author lowers barriers and raises expectations for what effective multicultural ministry can be.'--Evan McBroom President, Fishhook, Inc.The Body of Christ is most effective when all of its parts are working at their maximum potential.We've been stuck in a ministry world full of fear and confusion while trying to do our own version of integrating. The fact is that the 'how' of ministry is determined by the 'who, when, and where' of culture.The Church should be the greatest advocate for cultural and racial diversity in all of society. We certainly should not lag behind. Part of maximizing the potential of the Church is being sensitive to diverse audiences. The Church should be proactive in reaching and ministering to these audiences without sacrificing the integrity of God's word. The Integrated Church will challenge the discussion of the church's relevance in culture. This collection of stories and solutions will assist church communicators in understanding the variety of people they are called to serve. Begin to understand the struggles, challenges, benefits, and opportunities their culture provides.Get ready to discover a whole new way to maximize your potential.
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