Cross-Cultural Community

Oscar Romero: Martyr, Advocate for the Poor

Oscar Romero was the Roman Catholic Archbishop of San Salvador — best known as an advocate for  […] Read more >

2 Faces of the Latin American Church

Some helpful historical commentary on the mixed beginnings of the Christian church in Latin America, this is […] Read more >

Latinos in DC: Countries of Origin?

Have you ever wondered about our Latino neighbors’ countries of origin? In light of the intersection between […] Read more >

Roundtable: Cultural Identity (Wed!)

Growing as a cross-cultural community boils down to something simple: learning to love people. Which isn’t to say […] Read more >

“Yearning For Unity in Diversity”

Check out this very helpful article that briefly describes how one church, Faith Christian Fellowship, located in the Pen […] Read more >

Preaching in the Black Church, part 2

Part 2 of the topic of Preaching in the Black Church — also an excerpt from Dr. […] Read more >

Preaching in the Black Church, part 1

What are some of the distinct characteristics of preaching in the African-American church?  What are their unique effects […] Read more >

The Story of the A.M.E. Church

In light of the intersection between Black History Month and Grace Meridian Hill’s commitment to build a […] Read more >

What Is “Gospel Music”?

In light of the intersection between Black History Month and Grace Meridian Hill’s commitment to build a […] Read more >

Black (Church) History Month Reflections

In light of the intersection between Black History Month and our own commitment to build a “cross-cultural […] Read more >

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