What Would You Do? – The Immigrant Experience

In October 2018, Experience Magazine published an interactive journey through eight different immigration stories. “Every American immigrant, from every era, has a story — shaped by laws, demographics, economics, racial attitudes, and decisions made in the name of opportunity and love.” Click here to follow the paths of eight immigrants from different parts of the world, and see what you would do in response to the choices they faced. Each journey has at least three possible endpoints, and you will see that the experience is shaped by both personal choices and factors beyond an immigrant’s control.

Honor/Shame Conference 2018

Two thirds of the world operates in an honor/shame culture.
Culture has an impact on Biblical interpretation, theology,
and daily living. Come learn together.

Click on the image below to register for the Honor/Shame Conference on October 27th.
Sponsored by Be One Together and White Stone Fellowship.
Endorsed by Ethnic America Network.

Effective Servant Leadership Conference

A member of our network, Vine Institute, has a leadership conference happening October 20th. “A one-day seminar was Karl Mueller of Development Associates International (DAIntl.org) will transform the way you lead to impact your community.” Click below to register!

World Refugee Day

Multi-Ethnic Church?

Where do OPT grads work?

Optional Practical Training Program

Cultural Intelligence (CQ) and Church Planting

Hispanic parents who speak Spanish to their children declines across immigrant generations

Being Hispanic does not mean you automatically speak Spanish. My ancestors came from Germany and the language is not in my vocabulary. How these children of immigrants meet Jesus and worship needs to be considered in church planting and outreach. Spanish also needs to be offered as needed for discipleship and following Jesus as well.


40 million in the US speak Spanish at home (US second language)
61% of Hispanic immigrants are Spanish dominant
32% are bilingual
6% of second-generation Hispanics are Spanish dominant
<1% of third or higher generation Hispanics are Spanish dominant
7% of immigrant HIspanics are English dominant
75% of third-generation Hispanics are English dominant

Intergenerational outreach and discipleship need to consider these figures when planning and being involved in these ministries.

Click here to read more about this decline.

International Day for the Unreached

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