Being the Church in a Multi-Ethnic Community: Why It Matters and How It Works **E-BOOK**
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The face of America is growing rapidly more diverse, and many churches are wondering what it means to carry out the Great Commission in a community where different ethnicities are represented.
Being the Church in a Multi-Ethnic Community is an introductory guide, a basic primer for pastors and congregation leaders who are wrestling with how to reach the ethnic groups next door and welcome them into the multi-ethnic body of Christ. Gary L. McIntosh and Alan McMahan offer a research-based overview of the issues, challenges, and essential principles for developing multi-ethnic churches in the United States.
Rather than being a one-size-fits-all, this book describes a variety of approaches for bringing multiple ethnicities together into a single congregation. Learn how your church can be effective in welcoming disciples of all ethnicities.
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Gary McIntosh is professor of Christian ministry and leadership at Talbot School of Theology, Biola University, and president of Church Growth Network. He has served more than twelve hundred churches in t more than eighty denominations.
Alan McMahan is associate professor of intercultural studies at Biola University. A former missionary in Indonesia, Alan has worked with churches in North America and on the Pacific Rim, and has taught missiology, church growth, leadership, organizational development, and evangelism. He has also served as vice president of Alliance Theological Seminary in Nyack, New York; and academic dean at the King's College in Manhattan, New York.
|Release Date||Jun 2, 12|
|Author||Gary L. McIntosh, Alan McMahan|