- The Church Was Meant to Enjoy Its Diversity, Not Wish It Away.America is set to be minority white by 2045. Evangelicals need to stop thinking that’s a bad thing.
- You Can’t Reach Nonbelievers with ‘Passive Congeniality’Two experts on intercultural evangelism explore the challenge of sharing Christ in a climate of growing indifference.
- ‘Minari’ Recognizes Those Who Have Sacrificed Much. So Can the Church.The Oscar-nominated film is a homage to those who feel invisible.
- Rethinking Multiethnic ChurchesA discussion on the fruits and challenges of multiethnic congregations.
- The Black Church, Explained by Pew’s Biggest Survey of African AmericansIn-depth study of the faith of 8,660 black Americans offers an unprecedented snapshot of their congregations and beliefs before COVID-19 and George Floyd.
- Paul’s Letter to a Prejudiced ChurchHow the apostle’s instructions on the Lord’s Supper speak to multiethnic congregations today.español简体中文繁體中文
- The Multiethnic Church Movement Hasn’t Lived up to Its PromiseMultiracial churches have not been good news for everyone. What can we do about it?
- Our March Issue: When Church Is Not ‘Home’In praise of uncomfortable worship.
- Why the Children of Immigrants Are Returning to Their Religious RootsMany second- and third-generation Americans leave the ethnic congregations of their parents for white-led churches, only to come back.español
- How Culture Shapes SermonsRecent books on culturally distinct preaching challenge misconceptions and equip diverse pastors to better address a multiethnic world.