A New Year’s Resolution for the U.S. Church

As 2017 draws to a close and 2018 is upon us, our prayer at Dream of Destiny (DoD) is to see an increased number of churches embrace the Biblical mandate for pursuing cross-cultural, multi-ethnic churches in the new year. As Mark DeYmaz so clearly explained in his book Building a Healthy Multi-Ethnic Church, this will 

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Multiethnic Church Plant Update: One Church in Jackson, MS

One Church in Jackson, Mississippi is the first church in our state’s history to start with a white and black pastor and just this year God led us to organize the first Multi-ethnic church conference with over 300 attendees from 40 churches.  It was such an honor to have high caliber speakers who are champions 

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Multiethnic Church Plant Update: Renewal Church of Chicago

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 multiethnic church offers.  In highlighting these churches, DoD hopes you’ll be encouraged by their testimony and will support their progress.  Today, the spotlight is on Renewal Church of Chicago in Chicago, 

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Restoration Christian 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 Restoration Christian Church in 

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If I Could Have Addressed the NACC

In the aftermath of more police violence against black men, and senseless violence returned against the police, the annual gathering for my corner of God’s vineyard is taking place in Anaheim this week. Called the North American Christian Convention, it’s one of the key weeks each year for our loose knit non-denominational tribe. Men and women I 

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In case you missed it…More Race and Restoration Summit Highlights

In our last post featuring the first Race & Restoration Summit in Joplin, MO, we share the panel discussion, Intentional Multi-Ethnic Church Planting. The Summit concluded on Wednesday afternoon with a candid conversation about the challenges and rewards of church planting in multi-ethnic communities. Facilitated by Matt Mueller of Everyday Church, panelists and pastors, Derrick Puckett of Renewal 

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In case you missed it…More Race and Restoration Summit Highlights

 On Tuesday morning, the theme of the Race & Restoration Summit shifted from “A Common Memory” to “A Common Mindset.” Marvin Campbell, from the Navigators, delivered the message, “Pursuing Reconciliation Without Losing Our Mission.” Is racial reconciliation a pursuit that distracts us from the call of Jesus in His Great Commission? Explore this common concern by watching the video.  About 

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In case you missed it… More Race and Restoration Summit Highlights

For three days in February, at this year’s Race & Restoration Summit, thought leaders from across the country offered a course of action to help the church heal from the sin of racism. Monday afternoon’s session of the Summit featured Rob and Josiah Daniels. Father and son shared thoughts on Examining the Case for Reparations. Watch the 

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In case you missed it…Race and Restoration Summit Highlights

For three days in February, at this year’s Race & Restoration Summit, thought leaders from across the country offered a course of action to help the church heal from the sin of racism. Jon-Michael Brown of St. Louis Christian College in St. Louis, Missouri kicked off the first session of the Summit with conversation on Why Reconciliation 

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Some of Us Never Made It Home For Dinner

This week’s post comes from Taylor Campbell, a Christian writer and activist living in Brooklyn, New York. Taylor is a friend and respected brother in Christ. I asked him to write a post to the white evangelical community regarding their engagement (or lack thereof) with the issues facing people of color today. “I know people 

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