launching and multiplying multiethnic churches 10

Meeting with a pastor today who is entering a new season of ministry to plant a next gen multiethnic church in the Westminster aka Little Saigon area of Orange County. (Aside: there’s 3 other comparable ones in proximity of that: Converge Family Church, ReGeneration Church, Redemption Point [blog]; and there’s so many to reach there, so it’s encouraging to see these startups).

I’m recommending and gifting these books to him as valuable resources, even more so than our little meetup and conversation today:

What would you add?

10 thoughts on “launching and multiplying multiethnic churches

  • barry

    being of asian heritage, i have given thought to the differences in western world view vs. that of the far east. one major difference is in how western perspective is very individualistic, while asian/eastern cultures are much more community oriented. and i find myself (raised in the midwest with immigrant parents) and my decision making processes influenced by both views at any given moment – and there is often conflict. has anyone incorporated this into how they attempt to address integrating people from western and eastern cultures?

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