When creating a multicultural worship service, you should consider it as a combination of different languages, a variety of music, and cultural practices. We all probably accept the fact that many communities are fast becoming multicultural, especially those in the urban areas. There is an increasing need for congregations to become more inclusive in the formulation of worship experiences. Multicultural worship is a great approach to include multi-ethnic people to worship and mingle together.
Whether how much a church wants to be a welcoming and serving church, it has been so disconnected from the community in the digital age and earned the ‘creepy place’ label from the unchurched. The authenticity of a church is not an event or a task, but an evolving communal life, which is only possible when a church is actually a part of the community.
The “Kodak Moment” was once a chant of life symbolizing much more than just a brand, but a forefront of the future. It is unfortunately now used as one of the most often-cited moments of when a company misses an opportunity for innovation. The “Kodak Moment” has faded into oblivion with the advent of digital technology and digital media culture.
When a pastor or a church is trying to build up a brand for his/her ministry, I strongly recommend considering to have a blog for the specific ministry. This isn’t just for churches but also for all other industries. I want you to find an article below with the original source. This will help to increase the ROI of your blog.