The church today has an opportunity to explore opportunities of culturally and ethnically diverse apostolic missional partnerships. Is it possible that vanguard and strategic concepts of multicultural/ethnic church planting models are contextualized and expanded within the urban setting? Is it possible that such modalities may serve not only towards the unification of believers, but also provide a means of connectivity to empower the community as a whole? The assertion is there are connecting points of evangelism and church growth opportunities found within such strategic and intentional multi-ethic/cultural models of apostolic partnerships.
Lovelace, P. M. (2011). The Stew versus Melting Pot Ministry: Multicultural/Ethic Urban Apostolic Partnership. Great Commission Research Journal, 2(2), 196-204. Retrieved from https://digitalarchives.apu.edu/gcrj/vol2/iss2/3