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  • The Colors of Culture
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    The Colors of Culture

    The Beauty of Diverse Friendships

    by MelindaJoy Mingo

    How diverse are your friendships? In a time when cultural divides are expanding, we can learn to see every human from God's perspective instead of through the lenses of prejudice and bias. Through vivid stories from several countries, MelindaJoy Mingo models reaching across cultures, showing the beauty of diverse friendships.

  • Rediscipling the White Church
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    Rediscipling the White Church

    From Cheap Diversity to True Solidarity

    by David W. Swanson
    Foreword by Brenda Salter McNeil

    Before white churches can pursue diversity, we must first address the faulty discipleship that has led to our segregation in the first place. Pastor David Swanson proposes that we rethink our churches' habits, or liturgies, and imagine together holistic, communal discipleship practices that can reform us as members of Christ's diverse body.

  • Faithful Antiracism
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    Faithful Antiracism

    Moving Past Talk to Systemic Change

    by Christina Barland Edmondson and Chad Brennan
    Foreword by Korie Little Edwards and Michael O. Emerson

    Racism presents itself as an undefeatable foe—a sustained scourge on the reputation of the church. Drawing on brand-new research, Christina Barland Edmondson and Chad Brennan remind us that Christ has overcome the world and offer clear analysis and interventions to challenge and resist racism's pernicious power, equipping readers to move past talk and enter the fight in practical and hopeful ways.

  • Learning Our Names
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    Learning Our Names

    Asian American Christians on Identity, Relationships, and Vocation

    by Sabrina S. Chan, Linson Daniel, E. David de Leon, and La Thao

    Asian American Christians have diverse stories beyond the cultural expectations of the model minority or perpetual foreigner. In this compelling resource, a team from East Asian, Southeast Asian, and South Asian backgrounds encourage us to know our history, telling diverse stories of the Asian diaspora in America and the impacts of migration, culture, and faith.

  • The Heart of Racial Justice
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    The Heart of Racial Justice

    How Soul Change Leads to Social Change

    The IVP Signature Collection

    by Rick Richardson and Brenda Salter McNeil
    Foreword by John M. Perkins

    Racial and ethnic hostility is one of the most pervasive problems the church faces. What should our response be in a work torn apart by prejudice, hatred, and fear? In this book, Brenda Salter McNeil and Rick Richardson provide a model of racial reconciliation, social justice, and spiritual healing that creates both individual and communal transformation.

  • The Mestizo Augustine
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    The Mestizo Augustine

    A Theologian Between Two Cultures

    by Justo L. González

    Few thinkers have been as influential as Augustine of Hippo, yet we easily forget he was a man of two cultures: African and Greco-Roman. Cuban American historian and theologian Justo González presents Augustine as a "mestizo" (mixed) theologian, using the perspective of his own Latino heritage to find in the bishop of Hippo a remarkable resource for the church today.

  • Spiritual Formation for the Global Church
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    Spiritual Formation for the Global Church

    A Multi-Denominational, Multi-Ethnic Approach

    Edited by Ryan A. Brandt and John Frederick

    The church is a global body of believers called to grow in Christ. Yet too often, it privileges a few voices and ignores the practical dimensions of the faith. Offering a multi-denominational, multi-ethnic vision, this volume brings together biblical scholars, theologians, and practitioners from around the world to pursue a theology and praxis of spiritual formation for the global church.

  • One New People
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    One New People

    Models for Developing a Multiethnic Church

    by Manuel Ortiz

    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.

  • Where the Nations Meet
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    Where the Nations Meet

    The Church in a Multicultural World

    by Stephen A. Rhodes

    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.

  • Invitation to Lead
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    Invitation to Lead

    Guidance for Emerging Asian American Leaders

    by Paul Tokunaga

    Writing from his own rich experiences--both successes and failures, Paul Tokunaga addresses the needs, difficulties, gifts and abilities that Asian Americans struggle with in leadership.