Cross-Cultural Leadership

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Xulon Press, 2006 - 244 pages
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The book, “Cross-Cultural Leadership” was an excellent guide and set the standard for what the church should be and could be today in our diverse society. Communities and neighborhoods no longer have cultural lines of demarcation with unwritten adherence or requirements for entrance. The members of the Body of Christ have a shared commonality; belief in and accepting Jesus Christ as our Savior. The book pointed to many scriptures to support its position that Christ did not separate or identify different ethnic groups when teaching or inviting people to follow Him. The church has a great opportunity to do likewise by becoming more receptive to those who do not look like the majority and making them feel welcome. The book gave examples of how to accomplish this on many different levels. After all there is no “I” in Jesus, only “US.”  

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The book is a great tool to someone who wants to minster to a Multicultural community
The authors have presented a practical approach to addressing different aspects of the multicultural leadership
by presenting their personal experiences with their ministry. This has helped me to have a better understanding of how to approach people from different cultures
The worksheets at the end of the book are good tools to use to develop leadership skills
It is an excellent book that I would recommend for any study to have a positive start for cross-cultural ministry.
 

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