The following individuals bring specific expertise to the Multi-ethnic Church Movement and conversation. Click the appropriate link(s) to book one or more of them at your next event.
Pastor, Mosaic Church of Central Arkansas / Executive Director, Mosaix Global Network
Theology; multi-ethnic church planting; best practices; community engagement/transformation; multi-ethnic church movement, etc.
Superintendent of the Pacific Southwest Conference of the Evangelical Covenant Church
Multi-ethnic church planting; missional and multi-ethnic; post-Black & post-White church perspectives; community engagement/transformation, etc.
Michael O. Emerson
Professor of Sociology. Rice University / Director, The Kinder Institute for Urban Research
Sociological insights; research and trending; confronting the legacy of discrimination; transcending racial barriers, etc.
Milton B. Engebretson Associate Professor of Church Growth and Evangelism (North Park Theological Seminary)
Theology; Western (evangelical) captivity, prejudice, and power; social justice; racial reconciliation; cross-cultural relationships and competence, etc.
Director of Hispanic Ministries for the Evangelical Free Church of America / Founder, Immigrant Hope
Engaging Hispanics/Latinos; church planting with emphasis on immigrant ministry; non-traditional theological/skills training and credentialing, etc.
Pastor of Multicultural Ministries, Grace Chapel
Workshops, seminars, and/or consulting re. transitioning homogenous churches; cross-cultural relationships and competence; women in ministry, etc.
Pastor, Mosaic Church (Charlotte, NC)
Multi-ethnic church planting and revitalization; engaging Muslims; cross-cultural relationships and competence, etc.
will be speaking at the following events. To schedule Mark DeYmaz,
please contact Alison Clinton.