Multiethnic Ministries

Organic Outreach Conference

Organic Outreach Conference

Organic Outreach for Ordinary People April 28, 2018 8:30AM – 4:00PM | conference April 27 | 6:00PM | Wesleyan Dinner Daybreak Church 3501 Baldwin Street Hudsonville, MI 49426 $49 - $299 Registration (USD) includes full-day conference, conference materials, lunch...
Celebrating Discipleship: Slave Lake Update

Celebrating Discipleship: Slave Lake Update

It has been almost two weeks since the ‘Impact’ team from New Brunswick and Boaz Global Ministries left Slave Lake Wesleyan Church in Slave Lake, Alberta, Canada. What a week. To recap, we met over 40 children, had one family (mom and two children) give their lives to...
Ohio Multiethnic Church Hosts Block Party

Ohio Multiethnic Church Hosts Block Party

Community Life Church in Cincinnati, Ohio, hosted a block party that volunteers say was “anointed in more ways than we can count.” Three other Wesleyan churches, located in Indiana (Brookhaven Wesleyan in Marion; Trinity Church East in Fishers; and Trinity Church in...
​Wesleyans Gather for Prayer, Post-Charlottesville

​Wesleyans Gather for Prayer, Post-Charlottesville

… if my people, who are called by my name, will humble themselves and pray and seek my face and turn from their wicked ways, then I will hear from heaven and will forgive their sin and will heal their land (2 Chronicles 7:14, NIV). On Monday, August 14, just two days...
​Renuevo: renewal, relationships and relaxation

​Renuevo: renewal, relationships and relaxation

Renewal, relationships and relaxation brought over 500 Hispanic and multiethnic people together in July at Indiana Wesleyan University for Renuevo (Re-new-Way-vo) 2017, a Hispanic family camp. In its seventh year, Renuevo, which means “renew” in Spanish,...
​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...
​Q&A session on race

​Q&A session on race

Dr. Lawrence VanHook and Rev. Bill Wickham recently pulled up stools and sat side by side as members of the congregation of Spring Valley Church in Rocklin, Calif., asked Dr. VanHook some questions. These questions focused on what a predominantly white, middle class...