Meet Mark DeYmaz Dream of Destiny is excited to have such an insightful thought leader participate in the Summit. Mark will motivate you to action in two presentations. On Tuesday, February 23, he will deliver a presentation that focuses on the Multi-Ethnic Ministry Mandate. On Wednesday, February 24, Mark will lead a discussion on Real Community Transformation.
Below you will find part two of a post from Shana Oshiro in which she shares her reactions to Star Wars: The Force Awakens. As an African-American woman and also Metinnecock (indigenous people from Long Island area), Shana notices some things many of us might miss. When I (Travis) saw a conversation she was having
Today we have an extra post we wanted to share, courtesy of Shana Oshiro. As you’ll read below, Shana is African-American and also Metinnecock (indigenous people from Long Island area). I (Travis) have known Shana for nearly 13 years. When I saw a conversation she was having with friends online about the new movie, Star Wars:
Dream of Destiny is excited to share news of churches, colleges and others across the country that have a vision for the full expression of reconciliation that a multi-ethnic church offers. In highlighting these organizations, DoD hopes you’ll be encouraged by their testimony and will pray for their progress. Today, the spotlight is on Milligan College in
Dream of Destiny encourages the intentional fostering of ethnic diversity by Christian leaders both in our churches and other organizations as well as in our own personal lives. For leaders to truly be successful in this regard – going beyond surface acquaintances and into real, deep relationship – we must be willing to have hard