Looking for active bloggers who are multiethnic church leaders? Why blogs and bloggers? Because they’re most findable via search engines, more sharable with many people on the open internet over a longer period of time, and they [potentially] can say a lot more than a tweet or status update.
In other words, conversations build relationships and understanding. Blogging in many ways is a better way to express ideas + thoughts + feelings in more details than a quick tweet via Twitter. Ultimately, the best conversations can happen face-to-face, but just because we’re not in the same geographical physical location doesn’t mean the conversation has to stop.
Here’s a list of active bloggers that are multiethnic church leaders, actively engaged in blog conversations about church diversity, in random order:
- Eugene Cho eugenecho.wordpress.com + @eugenecho
- Mark DeYmaz markdeymaz.com + @markdeymaz + authored Building a Healthy Multi-ethnic Church & Ethnic Blends
- Shaun King shauninthecity.com + @shaunking
- Eric Bryant ericbryant.org + @ericbryant + authored Not Like Me
- Scott Williams bigisthenewsmall.com + @scottwilliams + new book releasing in April: Church Diversity – Sunday The Most Segregated Day Of The Week
- Soong-Chan Rah profrah.wordpress.com + @profrah + authored The Next Evangelicalism & Many Colors
- Artie Davis ArtieDavis.com + @artiedavis
- Byron Davis dreamofdestiny.org + @coachbyron
- David Swanson davidswanson.wordpress.com
- Derwin Gray derwinlgray.com + @derwinlgray
- Peter Park redemptionboulevard.com
- Miles McPherson blog.milesmcpherson.com + @milesmcpherson
- Matt Schoolfield mattschoolfield.wordpress.com
- Derek Chinn cornerstonesoup.wordpress.com
There are others I may not know (my apologies for glaring omissions), and there will be more as time goes. Anyone else I should add to the list?