Embracing Diversity: Kingdom Ministry in a Multiethnic World
In a society that is becoming more racially and ethnically diverse, churches can reflect the passion of Christ for all people by embracing unity in the midst of diversity. This issue of Enrichment provides insight, wisdom, tools, and guidance to assist pastors and churches in becoming more intentionally inclusive.
By Craig S. Keener
The multiracial birth of the modern Pentecostal movement should not surprise us, given the same message on the first Pentecost.
By Miroslav Volf
In an attempt to present what Christian tradition says about living with the other, three questions are answered: Who is the other? Who are we? How should we relate to each other?
By Pablo Polischuck
Here are six concrete guidelines that form the ingredients of an integrated, caring, and loving congregation.
By Jesse Miranda, Jr.
Today millions of people of color are standing at a crossroad. Which direction will they go? The Pentecostal church in America can significantly influence the direction they chose.
By George Yancey
Successful multiracial churches use certain principles to help them attract people from different races to their congregations.
By Mario H. Guerreiro
Many successful models of racial integration are being employed in Pentecostal churches across the United States. Here is a look at the pros and cons of various models as well as their applicability in various ministry contexts.
By Isaac Canales
The Apostle Paul’s answers to the multiracial issues of his day are appropriate for pastors today.
By Sam Rodriguez
As we continue to thread the Hispanic-American Pentecostal narrative, is the Latino church negotiating a historical juxtaposition between preserving its culture and building His kingdom?
By John W. Kennedy
How courage, patience, resilience, compassion, and passion for souls enabled six pastors to plant multiracial congregations.
From the General Superintendent
Ask the Superintendent
"The Joy of Diversity in the Body of Christ" - A long-time advocate for racial and ethnic diversity, Superintendent Thomas Trask visits with Enrichment journal Executive Editor Gary Allen about the positive trends taking place in the Assemblies of God.
A Chat With Pastors
Defining Truths of the Assemblies of God: Salvation
Gary R. Allen
By Zollie Smith, Jr.
The Greatest Challenges Of Pastoral Care
By Sheila Harper
Ministry And Medical Ethics
By Christina M.H. Powell
By W.E. Nunnally
Real Life Preaching
By Mark Batterson
History Is His Story
By William P. Farley
Pastors' Wives Q&A
By Gabriele Rienas
Reaching The Secular University
By Rusty Wright
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