Multicultural Ministry Leaders

 Incorporating Language into Musical Worship Has the Lord brought people from different languages and cultural backgrounds to your church lately? Maybe you’ve begun to realize that English isn’t the heart language for everyone in your congregation or your community. Maybe you have no clue where to start. This seven-part video series is a perfect tool to help you learn how to introduce other languages into your worship time. $10





Multicultural Worship Resource Set –
Comprised of five special resources designed for you to use in various ministry situations – $25
The set includes:

  • “The Biblical Call to Multi-Ethnic Worship” – This audio CD contains a foundational talk delivered by Josh Davis. Multi-ethnic unity and worship is birthed in the very heart of God. This talk will be helpful for choirs, worship teams, or ministry team leaders, to study together what GOD says about multi-ethnic worship. It lays a foundation for them that need not be shaken when all else is shaking.(Includes PowerPoint presentation and notes for students to use as a guide as they listen.) – 30 minutes.
  • “The God Who Gives Endurance and Encouragement” – Another transformational talk by Josh Davis. Perfect for sharing with leaders and worshipers in your church or ministry.
  • Global Worship Images – a CD with 22 wonderfully distinct images that can be used in newsletters, emails or PowerPoint presentations to promote global awareness, or to highlight a missions conference. We are giving you these photos and allowing you to use them however you wish. All we ask is that you do not sell these images to anyone else.
  • The Lord’s Prayer video – This CD contains The Lord’s Prayer spoken in many different languages. It also contains an interview with Jean Telfurt, a wonderful man of God who lives in Haiti. This video is something we’ve used in our concerts and workshops over the years.
  • “Let the Nations Be Glad” video – Includes two video clips. One with countdown bar and one without. Perfect for use at the beginning of a service at your church or ministry.