Track 6 - Missional and Multi-ethnic

In this track you'll learn why and how one naturally and necessarily leads to the other.

Workshop Schedule

Session A - Tuesday, Nov 5 (10:45a) - Creating a Missional and Multi-ethnic Church :: Kevin Haah

In this workshop, Kevin explains how to be a missional and multi-ethnic local church that reflects the neighborhood in terms of its diversity, brings the good news to its neighborhood, and becomes good news for the neighborhood.

Session B - Tuesday, Nov 5 (1:30p) - Change the World or Your Zip Code? :: Jason Janz and Juan Pena 

By proclaiming and living out truth, the local church can impact neighborhood transformation by helping to lower crime and poverty rates, and advancing education. In this workshop, learn principles and best practices for missional engagement in an urban context.

Session C - Wednesday, Nov 6 (10:45a) - The Post-Black Post-White Church :: Efrem Smith 

This workshop will provide practical theology, ministry models, and fruitful discussion for developing a church that is missional and multiethnic. Community engagement and development, as well as models of racial righteousness, will be explored.

Session D - Wednesday, Nov 6 (1:30p) -  Beyond Rhetoric to Results for the Glory of God :: Mark DeYmaz  

Come learn from Mark how to lead your church beyond rhetoric to results by advancing a transferable model for community transformation along spiritual, social, and financial fronts, and the credibility of its witness among believers and non-believers, alike.