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Mark DeYmaz

Mark DeYmaz (@MarkDeYmaz), an Outreach magazine contributing editor, is the founding pastor of the Mosaic Church of Central Arkansas, the co-founder and president of Mosaix Network and the author of Building a Healthy Multi-Ethnic Church and Leading a Healthy Multi-Ethnic Church. His latest book, re:MIX—Transitioning Your Church to Living Color was released in June.

Encouraging Signs for Multiethnic Churches

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Pastors of color face unique challenges, but there are encouraging signs that they are beginning to overcome them.

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Needed: Healthy Multiethnic Churches

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The multiethnic church movement has experienced considerable strain. This is cause for correction, not despair. Here are some first steps.

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95 Theses for Today’s Church—A Declaration of Diversity

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Leaders call for a reformation of unity and diversity.

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How Can We Change the World?

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Mark DeYmaz: “Can a church really hope to redeem a community if it does not reflect the community?”

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Tentative Steps Toward Racial Reconciliation

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A Small Action Can Yield Big Results in Addressing Racial Reconciliation

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A Renewed Interest in Multicultural Church Planting Is Growing Across Europe

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“The God of the nations is writing his story. In this time and age, he is sending all kinds of people to all kinds of places.”

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Why Your Church Must Diversify—or Die

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“Churches maintaining all-white uniformity are vying for ever-larger pieces of a shrinking pie.”

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Leading Toward a Multiethnic Future

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“A movement of economically diverse and multiethnic churches can profoundly shape the trajectory of America’s future.”

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5 Ways a Church Can Redeem Its Community

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“The American church has proved it can fill the seats, but it has yet to prove that the gospel can transform entire communities.”

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The Divided State of the U.S. Is a Big Opportunity for the Church

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“By building healthy, diverse churches, we can collectively get beyond rhetoric and into results for the glory of God.”

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