Entries tagged with “Diversity”
A book by a Mexican-American evangelical minister from Minnesota (via Laredo), written for fellow “Jesus freaks” intent on making new disciples, planting new churches, and seein…
Connecting in a Disconnected World
“Meditation is not only one of the best forms of relaxation; it is free, fully accessible, and easily taught. The practice can be expanded to low-income and minority populations through four simple ways.”
Here are some tips on how to enjoy a celebration that’s new to you.
The Spearhead frontman reflects on acceptance, yoga, and his daily prayer.
Social worker and theologian Alejandro Mandes is devoted to providing immigrants with the tools to find the hope of the gospel, a path to legal residency, and a home and church that accepts them.
Sharon Blady views neurodiversity as a superpower. “I’ve been Geek Grrrl for as long as I can remember, and well before I used the term for reclamation and empowerment.”
Relationship building beyond our own homes.
Almost every weekend, my wife and I hike on a well-maintained trail abutting Los Angeles. The hikers we come across are as diverse as the passengers on a New York subway. We see fa…