In November 2010, the Mosaix Global Network, in partnership with Outreach Magazine and the National Outreach Convention, hosted the very first National Multi-ethnic Church Conference in San Diego, CA. More than 400 individuals from thirty-one states and three foreign countries (Australia, Canada and Sweden) attended this historic event. Five plenary sessions, featuring fifteen speakers over [...]Mosaix Multi-Ethnic Church Conference 2013
Students may think that a minority instructor is less credentialed and give less respect. Staff may ignore the experiences and perspectives of minority instructors because they are assumed to “play the race card.”
Art Lucero documents the story of one families coming to America. “We lived with the fear that there was no guarantee for our survival. It was then we made the decision to go to the United States.”
Multicultural Ministry doesn’t just happen, it develops through various stages of understanding. Jay Pankratz shares four stages that reflect an (1) Attitude and a (2) Viewpoint, that together result in a (3) Practice.