Cross-Cultural Communication in a Multicultural Church Paperback


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Dramatic societal changes of twenty-first century America are impacting the Christian church in ever increasing ways. The cultural diversity of many congregations evidences one of these changes. This book is a brief study and practical guide for any pastor or educator who desires to lead people of diverse cultures to increased participation in Christian ministry.

This book includes a model for progressive change among multicultural groups in a local church through a seven-week course of Bible study. It is my prayer that these insights, ideas, and suggestions will be helpful in guiding you into and through the compelling and rewarding journey of cross-cultural communication in your multicultural world.



Dr. LaDonna Osborn is Vice President and CEO of Osborn Ministries International, the world missionary organization founded by her parents in 1949. She is Founder and Overseer of the International Gospel Fellowship, which includes more than 60 ministries, over 700 churches in over 30 nations globally. Dr. Osborn is also the Founder and President of the Women’s International Network which encourages, educates, equips and empowers women for Christian ministry. Her headquarters church, the International Gospel Center, is located in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Dr. LaDonna’s national and international travel and ministry schedule includes: Osborn Gospel Training Seminars, Mass Miracle Evangelism Festivals, Pastors’ and Leadership Conferences, Women’s and Mission’s Conferences, plus Bible School and Seminary lectures. Her Bible and teaching courses, books and audio/ video materials are distributed globally.Dr. LaDonna’s heritage is unique. She was raised on the platforms of world evangelism in nearly 90 nations (with her parents, Dr. T. L. Osborn and Dr. Daisy Washburn-Osborn) and since childhood has been totally involved in sharing the good news of Christ with both women and men of nations and cultures throughout the world. Her two sons Tommy (TommyRay.Org) and Donald O’Dell (WorldHarvest.Info) continue in the tradition of their Mother and Grandparents.

Dr. Osborn believes that Christ’s commission to His Church is twofold: to establish people IN CHRIST (evangelism and instruction), and to establish Christ IN PEOPLE (equipping for ministry). She personifies both a vital commitment to world evangelism and a visible connection to the local church. Through her balanced and Christ-centered leadership, hundreds of men and women have realized their place in the Kingdom of God and are now engaged in effective gospel ministry.

Dr. LaDonna Osborn’s articulate expression and demonstration of the Gospel, from a broad worldview, teaches faith in Christ and energizes action in Christ’s ministry of reconciliation. She sets a positive and inspiring example for both women and men in all areas of church ministry and Christian leadership.

Dr. LaDonna Osborn has earned a Bachelor of Arts Degree from Oklahoma City University, a Master of Arts Degree in Practical Theology from Oral Roberts University, and a Doctor of Ministry Degree from the American Christian College and Seminary. She was awarded the honorary Doctor of Divinity Degree from both Bethel Christian College and Zoe University, and the Doctor of Humane Letters Degree and the Doctor of Literature Degree from the Wesley Synod. She has been included in nearly a dozen Who’s Who Lists around the world.

Product details

  • Publisher ‏ : ‎ Harrison House Publishers (January 1, 2002)
  • Language ‏ : ‎ English
  • Paperback ‏ : ‎ 64 pages
  • ISBN-10 ‏ : ‎ 0879431202
  • ISBN-13 ‏ : ‎ 978-0879431204
  • Item Weight ‏ : ‎ 2.4 ounces
  • Dimensions ‏ : ‎ 3.9 x 0.3 x 5.9 inches
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