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Cultural Awareness: InterNations Magazine Cultural Awareness: InterNations Magazine

Remember a time when you went abroad and made some faux pas that caused amusement or dismay among local listeners? Knowing what exactly went wrong in this situation could help you understand cultural awareness. InterNations tells you more about cultural awareness and why it is so important for expatriates.


Become a Better Leader Through Cross Cultural Awareness Become a Better Leader Through Cross Cultural Awareness

One of the strengths of today’s increasingly diverse global workforce is the fact that diversity brings innovation, fresh perspective, and creative problem solving to the workplace. In order to utilize the variety of skills and perspectives employees bring to the table, managers need to examine their own frame of reference, or paradigm through which they view the world and actively seek to broaden it in order to build more effective work groups and create an inclusive work environment.


A Beginners Guide to Crossing Cultures: Making Friends in a Multicultural World A Beginners Guide to Crossing Cultures: Making Friends in a Multicultural World

The global village has arrived. Recent census figures show that communities in the United States are more culturally and ethnically diverse than ever before. And you may be just one of many who find it challenging to build relationships with people from backgrounds unlike your own.


Cross Cultural Connections Cross Cultural Connections

With the new realities of global interconnectedness comes a greater awareness of cultural diversity from place to place. Besides differences in food and fashion, we face significant contrasts of cultural orientation and patterns of thinking. As we travel across cultures, what should we expect? How do we deal with culture shock? And can we truly connect with those we meet? Experienced cross-cultural specialist Duane Elmer provides a compass for navigating through different cultures. 


Cultural Change and Your Church Cultural Change and Your Church

In our communities composed of people from various cultures, countries, and backgrounds, where does the church stand? How representative is it? And how can local churches best minister and evangelize within an increasingly multicultural society? 'Cultural Change and Your Church' is an invaluable resource for understanding the transformation of our cultural landscape and, most importantly, for learning how to embrace the resulting opportunities to minister to all people. Michael Pocock and Joseph Henriques consider the Bible's examples and teaching related to diversity, 


  10 Easy Ways to Begin a Relationship with an International

Ten practical tips to meet and get to know Internationals within your community.


  A Mission Experience: Hearing, Seeing, and Praying For Gods World

Christians need to learn to listen. In our evangelical, missionary culture of words, we are familiar with the commands of God that tell us to… Go and Tell, but we pay less attention to those biblical texts which say Be still and Be quiet, LOOK, Listen, See, and Hear. Paying attention to the world in which you live will make you a different person.


Helping the Church Learn to Minister in a Multicultural World Helping the Church Learn to Minister in a Multicultural World

The church of today is faced with a unique challenge: How to do ministry in a multicultural world. The challenge necessitates a discipleship that goes beyond our past history of simply teaching basic doctrines and basic Christian growth principles. UPDATED 2010.


Nurturing a Biblical Worldview in the Hearts of Children Nurturing a Biblical Worldview in the Hearts of Children

As the church faces the unique challenge of doing ministry in a multicultural world, it is essential that we begin to focus on our children. It is the church who can make a huge impact on the world today. This is a focus that will continue to be carried out through the next generation. It is essential to empower the church of tomorrow with a vision for God’s heart for the nations. We must take seriously the act of training “up a child in the way he should go, [so that] even when he is old he will not depart from it” (Proverbs 22:6).


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