For Sam Barkat, Christians must become “people of the basin and towel,” since humility is crucial on the journey to diversity.
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Poor neighborhoods usually lack more than money. They lack leaders. John M. Perkins has spent five decades strengthening disenfranchised communities by raising up leaders from an often-overlooked location -- within.
Cathleen Colon-Emeric, a Sunday School teacher at Reconciliation UMC in Durham, N.C., sings with Claudia and Tamara Macareno. Lissa Gotwals
American churches are growing more ethnically diverse, a new study shows. More recent immigrants are members of predominantly white churches, but truly multicultural congregations are still rare.
The Rev. Joseph E. Lowery talks about balancing his work as a pastor and as a pioneering civil rights leader in an interview with Faith & Leadership.
The ministry of reconciliation is fundamental to what makes Christian leadership Christian. The stories of Abraham Lincoln and Nelson Mandela set a moral compass for our aspirations, says L. Gregory Jones.