What does it mean to be God’s family? The Church of the Brethren has committed itself to being transformed completely—as individuals, as congregations, as a denomination—so that we continually grow into the vision of Revelation 7:9. We seek to be separate no more.
After this I looked, and there was a great multitude that no one could count, from every nation, from all tribes and peoples and languages, standing before the throne and before the Lamb, robed in white, with palm branches in their hands. (Revelation 7:9)
Read the Annual Conference paper, "Becoming a Multi-Ethnic Church."
The work of discipleship serves to restore our relationships, with one another and with God, in ways that uphold justice and righteousness. This includes the work to eliminate white supremacy in all its forms. Discipleship Ministries offers resources and opportunities to learn more about the impact of race and racism on our nation, the identity of the church, and individual discipleship.
Join us on a Scripture inspired tour of a region to reflect on how our values — and those of our ancestors — have shaped the lives of Native Americans.
Intercultural Ministries news
- Outdoor Ministries Association retreat considers ‘Seeds of Change’ December 5, 2015
- Freed from the smoke and ashes: Reflecting on Pope Francis’s service of prayer for 9/11 October 2, 2015
- In wake of Ferguson, Rockford church works to build nonviolent community September 3, 2015
- This is an effort which the faith community must lead September 3, 2015
- Nancy Sollenberger Heishman named to Brethren Academy staff July 31, 2015