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The Healthy Multiethnic Church

Justin Juntunen

Justin Juntunen

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Learn about the vision for multiethnic church planting in the Vineyard from two churches who are intentionally living out this aspect of the Kingdom. We were joined by Geno and Shannon Olison from the South Suburban Vineyard and Josh Williams from the Elm City Vineyard.

What will you learn from this webinar:

  • You will hear how multiethnicity is expressed in the scriptures
  • You will hear stories of how multiethnic ministry is happening in Vineyard churches.
  • You will get next steps for beginning to move toward a multiethnic life.

“There are few things that I could point to in my life more meaningful than developing deep relationships with people who are different than me.” 
— Shannon Olision
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Webinar Timeline:

  • 0:00-4:11 — Introductions of panel and content
  • 4:12-17:45 — Beginning to see multiethnic ministry as a kingdom value
  • 17:45-43:29 — Stories from the local church
  • 43:30-44:59 — Talking about the cost to do this type of ministry.
  • 46:20-56:49 — Next Steps: personally and for your church
  • 57:19-END — An invitation to the National Ethnic Diversity Conference November 2016

“God wants us to be a multiethnic church because God’s wants to rewire us so that we relate to the world around us and the people around us differently.”
— Geno Olison
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“There is a surprise in finding out that something you didn’t like or didn’t know about can actually help you know who God is.”
— Josh Williams
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