he Seventh-day Adventist church has a mandate to preach the gospel of Jesus Christ to every culture and ethnic group. But how do you proclaim to the gospel of unity in an ethnically divided world? Does the Balm in Gilead heal the wounds of racism? The following articles offer practical insights on bridging the cultural and racial divide.
Healing God's Divided Family
Author Atuanya Cheatham offers answers to the critical question, "How do we stop racism in the church?
What Do We Do With Differences?
Let's Face it. We're all different, but that doesn't mean we have to be divisive. What is the biblical model for practicing unity in a multi-ethnic world?
Our understanding of culture is imperative in ministry for the twenty-first century.
Special Report: North American Division Race Summit
In October, 1999, a summit on race relations was held at the General Conference, sponsored by the North American Division. The Adventist Review provided complete coverage.
A Place at the Table
Okera Bishop says it's time for the Adventist Church to celebrate its diversity and not be afraid of it.
Meeting Them in Their Culture
One gospel, many cultures: How can Seventh-day Adventists communicate one without violating the other?