On this page we have placed resources we hope will be useful in your pursuit of worshiping God in a multicultural, multi-ethnic context. We will add new resources as we find them. Feel free to suggest ones you use!
prayercast.com- Through online media resources that highlights the needs of the world, we aim to provide the Body of Christ with a compelling site that will spur on heartfelt, strategic intercession.
unityinchristmagazine.com- Equipping the church for multicultural ministry (all kinds of great articles!)
A Beginner’s Guide To Crossing Cultures- A super book to get you thinking about the different cultural lenses we each wear.
Foreign To Familiar- An easy read contrasting “hot” and “cold” cultures.
Worship Matters- An important read for any worship leader.
Cross-Cultural Conflict- Where two or three are gathered together, there will be conflict.
United By Faith- A multicultural group of authors answer the question: “Why the multicultural church?”
Welcoming The Stranger- Justice, compassion, and truth in the immigration debate.
Let the Nations Be Glad – Demonstrates that worship is the ultimate goal of the church and that proper worship fuels missionary outreach.
Unceasing Worship – We are not created to worship. Nor are we created for worship. We are created worshiping. A must-read for all worshipers.
Scribbling in the Sand: Christ and Creativity – An amazing book by Michael Card. Open your eyes to the creativity God has poured into each one of us.
Building a Healthy Multi-Ethnic Church – Mark DeYmaz, pastor of one of the most proven multi-ethnic churches in the country, writes both from his experience and his extensive study of how to plant, grow, and encourage more ethnically diverse churches.
Taking it to the Streets: Using the Arts to Transform Your Community – This extensive handbook combines real-life stories with tested methodologies to create a new paradigm for the role of the arts in Christian ministry and mission.
Eternity in Their Hearts – Startling evidence of belief in the One True God in hundreds of cultures throughout the world.
Teaching Cross-Culturally: An Incarnational Model for Learning and Teaching – Includes discussions about how to uncover cultural biases, how to address intelligence and learning styles, and teaching for biblical transformation.