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InterVarsity Press (IVP) is pleased to announce a groundbreaking new initiative to continue its reputation as a leader in multiethnic publishing. The Every Voice Now (EVN) initiative features a sizable fund underwritten jointly by InterVarsity Christian Fellowship and IVP for the purpose of supporting the development, marketing, and sales of books by authors of color as well as aiding in the recruitment of diverse staff and the deepening of the organization’s cultural competency.
Fusion may be hip in 2020, but it wasn't the case when Chandra Crane was growing up, where she felt the pain of not quite fitting in anywhere as a person with a mixed-ethnicity heritage.
This episode features personal and honest stories from the publishing journeys of IVP authors and InterVarsity Christian Fellowship staff: Jonathan Walton (Twelve Lies that Hold America Captive); Steve Tamayo (Ethnic Identity); and Chandra Crane (Mixed Blessing), and the ways in which their books will be used to challenge the idea of "white American Jesus".
Manuel Ortiz urges us not just to put aside our differences but to celebrate and embrace them--to use them in a way that draws us closer to each other and closer to God.
Stephen Rhodes proposes a biblical, ministry-tested pastoral theology of multiethnic ministry. He shows how the church is called to serve and include all ethnicities, examines how the church can bring healing to a conflicted world, and suggests how such a ministry can be successfully conducted in churches.
Missiologist James E. Plueddemann presents a roadmap for crosscultural leadership development in the global church. With keen understanding of current research on cultural dynamics, he integrates theology with leadership theory to apply biblical insights to practical issues in world mission.
With this careful, nuanced exegetical volume in the New Studies in Biblical Theology, J. Daniel Hays provides a clear theological foundation for life in contemporary multiracial cultures and challenges churches to pursue racial unity in Christ.