Versículo de la BibliaY si hacéis bien a los que os hacen bien, ¿qué mérito tenéis? También los pecadores hacen lo mismo.
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- by Eric GeigerI am enjoying this book and agreeing with it (like "yes!", "write on"...laughing that Jesus wouldn't get hired because he was single...silly but prob would be true). There are some parts that uses particular language to describe leadersh...tagged: currently-readingtagged: currently-readingtagged: currently-readingAliens in the Promised Land: Why Minority Leadership Is Overlooked in White Christian Churches and Institutionstagged: currently-reading
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Category Archives: Hispanic Evangelical Churches
As a bi-literate Hispanic (a 1.5 Hispanic) living in two worlds, both the Hispanic and the American, I find if fascinating what is happening in the United States in regards to demographics. Recent demographics reveal some important facts in the Hispanic culture. These have implications when it comes how we approach and minister to them […]
Recently I began to think and pray upon the possibility of planting a new church. A church for Hispanics whose most dominant language is English. I grew up in a Spanish speaking church and consider myself a second generation Hispanic. I am bicultural and biliterate. But as the years have passed I notice that I […]