Very soon the demographics of America will see a major change: the European-American majority will become the new minority. Welcoming America’s new faces is an opportunity and challenge for U.S. churches, and one Jose Morales takes seriously. He’s an executive with the Disciples of Christ, which is committed to planting and transforming 2, 000 congregations [...]
Opening church doors to everyone in the community is what brought Brian Clark and Edwin Andrade together at Riverside Presbyterian in Sterling, Virginia. The community’s increasing Hispanic presence caused Brian and the church to respond with a welcome mat – and build one church in two languages. Be inspired by this story of Christian hospitality.
More spiritual conversations happen outside the church than inside, so why aren’t we there? Fr. Albert Cutie is a parish priest (Episcopal), author, media personality who thinks church leaders need to recover their public voice, get out there, and meet the people where they are. In this interview, Fr. Albert reminds us that spreading the [...]
Why not bring joy and hospitality to the neighborhood with a festive, Christ-centered inter-generational party? That’s the idea behind La Posada – a Latin American holiday that re-enacts the journey of Joseph and Mary to Jerusalem. In this interview hispanic ministries expert Anthony Guillen tells us how churches use this colorful holiday to evangelize and [...]