Training & Assessment
In depth training and assessments are provided for leaders, churches and districts in order to equip them in key areas of ministry as well as connect them with other multiethnic-minded practitioners who see this work as not just a diversity issue, but one of discipleship and multiplication. Our training helps to affirm, encourage, mobilize and equip multiethnic leaders for grass roots organizing and systemic change. Participants learn how to engage in mutual exchange and share life with people across ethnic and cultural lines that so easily divide us. Through tools and resources offered the church can be equipped to participate in breaking down walls of hostility and poor communication In addition to strategic training we also offer assessments to help leaders and organizations develop self awareness for church planting, staffing, licensing and ordination. Some of our current training and assessments we are offer are:
- Cultural Intelligence
- Unconscious Bias
- Racial Reconciliation
- Colors Inventory
For more information or to request a training/assessment
“We are therefore Christ’s ambassadors, as though God were making his appeal through us. We implore you on Christ’s behalf: Be reconciled to God.” 2 Corinthians 5:20
Multiethnic Ministries Staff
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Rev. Santes Beatty
Director of Multiethnic Ministries
Santes has a passion for seeing discipleship and multiplication happen for all people groups that cross cultural, ethnic, socioeconomic, gender and generational lines. He sees his role as helping our denomination by building teams that pursue unity, while facilitating connections and developing resourcing for our districts, churches and leaders. He is a native of Raeford, N.C., with time spent in ministry with his family in both Grand Rapids, Mich., Indianapolis, Ind., and more recently has returned to the greater Greensboro, N.C., area to serve at a new church plant, United City Greensboro, as the Connections Pastor. Santes also serves in the North Carolina East District. He and his wife Nicole have four children: Tesia, Josiah, Serenity and Sarah.
Translation Specialist and Administrative Assistant
Josmar was born and raised in Maracay, Venezuela, and is a trained translator in Spanish, French, and English who has lived in Indiana with her husband Darren since 2011.
She is passionate about serving God’s people and loves working in the multi-ethnic ministry because it gives her the opportunity to connect pastors and churches of various ethnic groups with our team at headquarters and the work being done across the denomination. Being a bridge builder particularly as it relates to our Hispanic community and helping to develop relationships and resources in Spanish is a huge part of her work as our translation specialist. When she is not serving the Church she loves organizing, crafting, spending time with her husband, and connecting with family back home in Venezuela.
Celebrating every time a disciple makes a disciple and a church multiples itself, until The Wesleyan Church has a transforming presence in every zipcode.