Are we willing to leave places of comfort and join others to transform our society in a way that reflects the character and culture of Christ?
Is there something within your community where people have been at odds, standing on two different sides of the fence unwilling to listen to each other or work together?
The conference purpose was to call together laity, marketplace and nonprofit leaders, pastors, practitioners, artists and activists from across generations to respond faithfully to the challenges and opportunities presently in America.
Join the Call and Response Conference and Wesleyan shoulder event, where conversation and learning will take place about multiethnic topics, while elevating black voices and experiences.
When Alejandro attended RENUEVO, he was cynical and skeptic about knowing Jesus. But that weekend, Jesus began a new work in his life, and he’s not been the same since.
The Multiethnic Ministries team announces new leadership that will continue to help The Wesleyan Church movement grow in diversity.
Today, much of the world and our evangelical church celebrates the courage, work and dream of Dr. King, but it is so easy to forget how disruptive his message was at that time.
Many leaders are excited about the exponential growth of Hispanic families in the communities near their churches, but often we find they may not know what to do to reach, teach, and release them.
Come hear leading practitioners share their methods to engage not only in conversations but practical steps to bring unity to a cynical and highly divisive culture.
Come hear leaders from all over our denomination talk about their experience and share a vision of how we can blaze a new path that includes and supports women at every level of leadership.
This is the third and last part of this webinar. Hear Black and African American practitioners discuss the origin, evolution, contribution, and challenges of the Black Church in North America.
Come hear the second part of this webinar with leading Black and African American practitioners discussing the origin, evolution, contribution, and challenges of the Black Church in North America.
Come hear leading Black and African American practitioners discuss the origin, evolution, contribution and challenges of the Black Church in North America.
Join us to engage with some leading practitioners all over North America who have and are planting multiethnic churches in rural, urban, and suburban contexts as they share best practices, challenges, and a great opportunity to engage all people.
Come hear from leading practitioners share best practices and common challenges in both Kids and Student Ministries who are serving in multiethnic contexts.
Come hear stories and models of why sharing a building, and maybe even a vision for your community might be challenging, but mutually beneficial.
“How do you diversify your staff or team? Join a group of tested pastors and leaders in the local church, district level, and academia as they share their experience and field your questions.
One of the most difficult things to do is to move a church or organization from mono-ethnic to multiethnic. Join us as panelists (pastors, church staff, and a District Superintendent) share their experiences doing just that.
Watch the second part of this webinar where participants engage with each presenter in a learning lab breakout session experience.
What is a residency? Can my church afford a resident? Can a non-traditional student be a resident? Are there residencies at multiethnic or ethnic-specific churches? Both current and past residents, leaders & pastors talk about this in the webinar.
How loud, how contemporary or traditional are usually the difficult conversations had between pastors, boards, and congregations. Hear the first part of this interesting webinar.