Wesleyan Publishing House is committed to keeping the conversation going. That’s why on July 8th, we hosted a webinar, “How To Talk About Racism”, featuring our resource Multiethnic Conversations.
Authors Mark DeYmaz and Oneya Fennell Okuwobi, alongside Tony Casey and Santes Beatty, worked through effective practices for building cross-cultural relationships. They broke the resource, discussed real-world applications, and answered audience questions.
You can view the webinar here or watch the full webinar down below.
About the Book
Structured with eight weeks of daily readings and thought-provoking questions, Multiethnic Conversations is an excellent facilitator for engaging open and authentic group discussion in the local church. As the centerpiece tool of the Mosaix Global Network (www.mosaix.info), this book has already been instrumental in bringing together within churches so many ethnicities that, by the world’s standards, seem irreconcilable.
Mark DeYmaz is the founding pastor and directional leader of the Mosaic Church of Arkansas and the co-founder and President of the Mosaix Global Network. He is the author of seven books, including Building a Healthy Multi-Ethnic Church and The Coming Revolution in Church Economics.
Oneya Fennell Okuwobi is a Ph.D. candidate in Sociology studying race and religion at The Ohio State University. Oneya’s research interrogates how diverse organizations impact racial inequality. Along with her husband, Oladele, Oneya is founding elder of 21st Century Church, a church plant in Cincinnati, OH.