Multiethnic Church

Doubt turns to determination

Doubt turns to determination

Pastor Fernando Martinez and his family moved to Fort Myers, Florida, in December 2017 to plant a church in the United States. He has been in full-time ministry for 26 years, predominantly in Colombia, South America. The transition to the United States has not been an...
​Multiethnic ministry: It’s a God thing!

​Multiethnic ministry: It’s a God thing!

While our congregation worshipped inside, some of their cars were broken into in the parking lot. Following the service, they returned to their cars to find the damage and discover that items had been stolen. The neighborhood was changing and our congregation...
​Multiethnic churches a growing, healthy phenomenon

​Multiethnic churches a growing, healthy phenomenon

Multiethnic Ministries Director Santes Beatty is quick to point out that North-American culture is steadily moving toward parity between majority and minority ethnic groups which is providing new and exciting opportunities for discipleship and church multiplication....
Talking multiethnic ministry at Mosaix Conference

Talking multiethnic ministry at Mosaix Conference

“11 o’clock on Sunday morning is the most segregated time in America.” Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., is credited with this statement, although history teaches it was actually Helen Kenyon who said it first in 1952 during an annual Christian Frontiers...
I didn’t see that coming

I didn’t see that coming

That’s me, standing with Martin and Khan Masimango and a couple other Swahili speaking friends. (I’m the one in the middle.) This past Sunday in Mosaic Church of Aurora’s worship service, my sermon was translated into Swahili. Yes, Swahili. I...