09 Oct Episode 122: Multi-Ethnic Ministry With Lisette Fraser
In this episode, I talk with Family Pastor, Lisette Fraser, about what family ministry looks like in a multi-ethnic church. We talk about building a multi-ethnic family ministry, the questions and conversations surrounding that, and the kingdom perspective that drives all of us to seek out and worship with people who are different than us. Lisette also shares about their discipleship strategy, birth-18, and gives us the inside scoop on a 7-week camp that they run as a church.
Sign up for coaching with YouLead by Oct 31st. Join us for a tease of what these will be like during our Ministry Boost Tribe Conversations on Facebook.
- Preschool Ministry: Oct 15 @ 1PM Eastern – We’re talking about volunteer scheduling, curriculum prep, baby dedication, etc.Elementary Ministry: Oct 15 @ 3PM Eastern – We’re talking about large group stage volunteers, invite ideas, volunteer sub processes, etc.Student Ministry: Oct 16 @ 3PM Eastern – We’re talking series planning, small group leader training, retreat planning, etc. Click the link below to see the dates/times and choose the one(s) you’re interested in joining:http://ylcoaching.com/tribe-conversations/
Register for coaching by Oct 17th and join us on a webinar with all the coaches. OR, be sure to register by Oct 24th, and you’ll get access to a Q & A with Kara Powell.
Links Mentioned in This Episode
- Download Waking up Stories of Jesus and Race and Reconciliation and evaluate where your church is in terms of being multi-ethnic, representing the community and the kingdom of God
- Ask: How can you serve and reach your community?
- Work on your discipleship pathway
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