I look forward to speaking at Mosaix and giving a workshop. My main speaking will be “Embracing the Other” and my workshop will be on “Healing Our Broken Humanity” (co-written with Graham Joseph Hill).
Over 1,500 multiethnic church pioneers and practitioners – including church planters and pastors, network and denominational leaders, authors and educators – are expected to attend Mosaix’ 4th National Multiethnic Church Conference November 5-7, 2019, in Dallas, TX.
This triennial event is among the most anticipated, exciting and encouraging pastoral leadership conferences of the year! Plan now to bring your entire team, and don’t miss this next historic chance to experience the people and passion driving the Multiethnic Church Movement today!
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The Multiethnic Church Conference is being held for only the fourth time in the United States, and for just over 48 hours will represent the epicenter of the growing Movement.
By attending, you’ll…
- Gain personal access to the most credible and experienced multiethnic church pioneers, pastors and planters in the United States today, as well as thought-leading authors, theologians and educators;
- Deepen your understanding of the biblical theology, core commitments, and latest research;
- Sharpen your skills by considering best and promising practices, as well as common obstacles and how to overcome them in order to build healthy multiethnic and economically diverse churches through planting, growth and development;
- Tailor the experience to fit your specific interests and contextual needs through by attending pre-conference intensives, entire specialized tracks (four workshops each), individual workshops, and more;
- Renew or establish key relationships with like-minded leaders in order to build your own multiethnic ministry “bullpen” for further connection and resourcing after the conference.
- Be there to celebrate and usher in the Early Adopter Stage of the Movement as new statistics (soon to be released) will (likely) confirm that more than 20% of churches throughout the United States have reached at least 20% diversity in their attending membership.
November 5-7, 2019
- Pre-conference begins at 1p • (Tuesday, Nov 5)
- Main Conference begins at 6:30p • (Tuesday, Nov 5)
- Main Conference ends at 4:55p • (Thursday, Nov 7)
Check out the full schedule for more information re. each day of the conference.
Northwood Church, 1870 Rufe Snow Dr., Keller (Dallas), TX 76248. View our Logistics page for more information.
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GRACE JI-SUN KIM
Earlham School of ReligionGrace Ji-Sun Kim received her M.Div. from Knox College (University of Toronto) and her Ph.D. from the University of Toronto. She is an Associate Professor of Theology at Earlham School of Religion. She is the author or editor of 16 books, including her latest, Healing Our Broken Humanity, co-written with Graham Hill. Grace was a member of the Board of Directors for the American Academy of Religion, and served on the American Academy of Religion’s (AAR) “Research Grants Jury Committee.” She is a co-editor of the book series “Asian Christianity in the Diaspora” (Palgrave Macmillan). As an ordained minister of word and sacrament within the PCUSA denomination, she is also an Advisory Board Member for the Center for Reconciliation at Duke Divinity School.
This is Grace’s first time with us at Mosaix!
Main Stage Speaker:
Wednesday, Nov 6, 8:30-10:25 a.m.
Embracing The Other
TRACK 14 – COMMON CHALLENGES
In this track, we’ll consider some of the latest trends, innovative approaches, and effective solutions for overcoming the obstacles in building a healthy multiethnic church.
Leaders: Mont Mitchell • Grace Ji-Sun Kim • Daniel Yang • Sam Chacko
WEDNESDAY, NOV 6 (1:30P)
- Healing Our Broken Humanity • Grace Ji-Sun Kim
In this workshop, Grace will offer Christian practices that can bring healing and hope to a broken world. Ten ways to transform society – from lament and repentance, to relinquishing power – will be discussed. Join her to learn how, by embodying these practices, we can become the new humanity in Jesus Christ, and as peacemakers and reconcilers see justice restored.