Review: Cross-Cultural Connections

Summary             In Cross-Cultural Connections author Duane Elmer takes the reader on a five-part walk through in how to engage in relationships cross culturally. This book presents a unique opportunity for readers to have an opportunity to understand what engaging in a cross cultural context entails from start to finish. Each section is developed to help the reader […]

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Review: The Gospel in Human Contexts

Summary The Gospel in Human Contexts is a three part nine-chapter book that takes an in depth look at the role of anthropology in contemporary missions. Author Paul G. Hiebert shows his expertise as he methodically lays a theoretical foundation in chapters one through three, exegetes human behavior in chapters three through seven, and the intersection […]

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Know Your Lines

While in New York City for Spring Break just over a year ago I had the privilege of grabbing lunch with Rich Perez, Pastor of Christ Crucified Fellowship. CCF is a church plant in Washington Heights, which exists between Manhattan in the South and Harlem to the North. Rich is a product of Washington Heights, having […]

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Engaging in Multi-Ethnic Ministry

While in New York City I had the privilege and opportunity to sit down with Mr. Robert Guerrero. Mr. Guerrero is of Dominican descent and is a Church Planting Catalyst for Redeemer City to City, as well as Pastor of Trinity Grace Church Washington Heights Parish. Mr. Guerrero was a joy to speak with and […]

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3 Keys to Relational Diversity

During my time in New York City, a little over a month ago, I had the privilege to spend some time with Pastor James Roberson of The Bridge Church. James planted The Bridge Church in Brooklyn, NY, which is the largest of New York’s five Burroughs. James is also a coach with the REBUILD Network. Our […]

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