The power of language in worship helps us engage with God in worship, and it also provides a haven to worship. Nikki Lerner shares how using multiple languages in a service made one worshipper feel.
Looking for singable worship songs in other languages? Josh Davis shares three of his favorites from Worship from Urbana 09.
Planning a worship set is all about your people. Nikki Lerner shares why.
The Church is multicultural but the worship team is not? What does that say to visitors and how can you incorporate diversity into your worship ministry? Nikki Lerner Director of Worship Arts at Bridgeway Community Church shares some advice.
The main reason multiethnic churches are difficult to establish and then sustain is the difficulty minority groups have in building relationships. Dr. Brad Christerson shares some ideas on how to help all people connect to build solid relationships.
Attraction may lead to ethnically diverse visitors, but retention makes them a congregation. Terry L. Goodrich interviews Dr. Kevin Dougherty to discover ways to crank up retention.
Transitioning a worship service from traditional to contemporary is a major challenge. But what are the challenges that a worship leader faces when he/she enters the realm of a multicultural worship service? Unity in Christ Magazine invited five worship leaders to share from their experiences the top three issues they have faced.
Multi-ethnic worship, according to Josh Davis, is not about the how of worship, our techniques, but the what of worship, God’s desire.
The global tapestry of Christian music in the twenty-first century is weaving the strands of our lives together in stunning new ways. In the music of worship, the narratives of our lives are gathered up together as one before the throne of God. Centuries ago, the Psalmist declared, “All nations will come and worship before [...]
Is music of the heart about our cultural musical styles or the songs we are accustomed to singing in church? Linnea Carnes shares how Hymns are the music of the heart for many of the immigrant families in her congregation.