What’s Happening, One Day at a Time, Good Times

Posted: February 14, 2010 in Uncategorized

Just submitted the first draft of my next book: Many Colors: Cultural Intelligence for a Changing Church (expected on Moody Press in September, 2010).  Took some major time to get it done. Hence, no blog posts for nearly a month.

In the meantime a few video clips from three recent speaking engagements;

Youtube clip of my sermon given at Westmont College for their MLK chapel.

Interview on a PBS program (InnerCompass) in conjunction with Calvin College (January Series):

Link here and scroll to the bottom.

Clip from my talk at Justice Connections 2010 Conference for the Covenant’s National Conference:

Video here.

A nice review and reflection on my book, The Next Evangelicalism from Dave Dunbar (President of Biblical Seminary)

Also, coming soon: 4days4justice at North Park University in Chicago. Save the dates: April 14 – April 18.

  1. chris says:

    Wow! You’re getting published by Moody? I never would have pegged them as caring about cultural sensitivity. That’s great! Here’s hoping the book does well.

  2. .elise.anne. says:

    Any more details on the 4days4justice conference? (i.e. cost, hours, etc?) Can’t find anything on the north park sem website…

    am hoping to come!



  3. Esther says:

    Go Pastor Rah!!!

  4. Dennis Munn says:

    I’m not sure if you’ll see this comment or not, but in reading your book The Next Evangelicalism a question occurred to me.

    In the context of individual sin versus corporate sin, how can a congregation actually be made to feel the awareness of corporate sin? Are the sins of many individuals what makes sin corporate? At what point does an individual begin to bear corporate guilt of sin, even while individually not engaging in the sin?

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