Church Diversity: Sunday the Most Segregated Day of the Week
Publisher: New Leaf Press
Price: $2.99 (Mar 15-16)
Answers to the racial tensions of our culture lie within the gospel of Jesus Christ who selflessly unified a multi-ethnic church to Himself and secured for that church reconciliation with God. Unfortunately, many churches are beacons of racial segregation resisting the multi-cultural unity witnessed in the early church (Acts 1:8; 2:5-11). With passion, courage, and vulnerability, Scott Williams challenges the church to truly embrace the multi-cultural unity and ministry revealed in the Bible.
Is Sunday the most segregated day of your week? Are you and the leadership of your church welcoming men, women and children of other races into your church pews, Bible classes, and places of leadership within your church? Scott Williams offers Church Diversity: Sunday the Most Segregated Day of the Week as a wake-up call and a nudge forward addressing:
– The Elephant in the Pew
– The Great Omission
– Corporate America’s Example of Unity Amidst Diversity
Williams doesn’t leave the church wallowing in its weaknesses. He offers very basic practices to incorporate in the days ahead. Church planters, leaders and growth experts of different ethnic backgrounds endorse Church Diversity thanking Williams for his great insight and examples of how to move forward to a more biblical church model.
Follow Williams’ realistic recommendations into a new era of Christ followers standing side by side, hand in hand, worshiping the King . . . regardless of ethnicity.