Document Type


Peer Reviewed


Publication Date

Winter 1-9-2022

Scholarship Domain(s)

Scholarship of Faith Integration


With the advent of modernization and globalization, the social landscape of our world has been rapidly changing. Urbanization and new patterns of migration have contributed to the formation of a complex tapestry of cultural plurality. As a result, the social fabric of society has undergone a swift transformation, challenging Christians to continually think about their faith in new ways. Perhaps like never before, in the last few decades America has seen large new multicultural populations emerge. It does not take a social scientist to recognize that our world is diverse, our cities and towns are changing, and our schools and workplaces are very different than they used to be. This article explores the ways in which multicultural congregations can be sustained and utilized as an expression of Kingdom work.

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