Freddie Gray and False Choices

The death of Freddie Gray and its aftermath is the latest in a disturbing series of tragedies (…Michael Brown, Tamir Rice, Eric Garner, Walter Scott…) that reveal real issues of police brutality, reactive rioting, and a frequently unproductive public discourse about both. The importance of being “quick to listen, slow to speak and slow to become angry” 

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One Church: A Multi-Ethnic Ministry Spotlight

Dream of Destiny is excited to share news of churches across the country that have a vision for the full expression of reconciliation that a multi-ethnic church offers.  In highlighting these churches, DoD hopes you’ll be encouraged by their testimony and will pray for their progress.   Today, the spotlight is on One Church of 

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An Ambitious Goal for Multi-Ethnic Church Planting

Last month, on March 18th-19th, 2015, I had the privilege of attending the first ever Multi-ethnic Church Planting Summit.  It was held in Charlotte, North Carolina, on the campus of Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, in partnership with Mark DeYmaz (above) and the Mosaix Global Network. Several representatives from church planting organizations all over the country and 

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We Need to Talk About Injustice

Dream of Destiny encourages the intentional fostering of ethnic diversity by our Christian leaders both in our churches and/or other organizations as well as in our personal lives.  For leaders to truly be successful in this regard – going beyond surface acquaintances and into real, deep relationship – we must be willing to have hard 

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The Next Generation Must Be Better

On January 15th, 2015, Dream of Destiny Director Travis Hurley had the privilege of preaching in the chapel service at Ozark Christian College.  The series: “Well Done.”  Trav’s topic: “We Love Your Desire for Unity.”  Intended to be an encouraging series of messages that highlight what this younger generation is doing well, Travis emphasized the 

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