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Living in Color

Randy Woodley

Living in Color

Randy Woodley

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In this deeply thought-out presentation, Native American author and minister Randy Woodley explores the biblical and historical foundations of diversity. He shows that from God\u2019s first command in Genesis to the heavenly worship scene in Revelation, God\u2019s plan has been to express his image through a myriad of peoples and cultures.Through fascinating illustrations, but without bitterness or judgmentalism, Woodley exposes the painful wounds of racism and ethnocentricity that have splintered our nation and our churches. He also offers a model for racial reconciliation and acceptance of the unique contributions of each culture.Living in Color is a passionate call to embrace and celebrate God\u2019s plan for diversity. It offers wisdom and hope to readers of all cultures and ethnic backgrounds as well as to Christians involved in evangelism, multicultural outreach, intercessory prayer, and reconciliation.

- Publisher Teaching from a biblical, Native American perspective on how to celebrate the diversity God has placed all around us, thus finding His purposes for our lives.

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About "Living in Color"

In this deeply thought-out presentation, Native American author and minister Randy Woodley explores the biblical and historical foundations of diversity. He shows that from God\u2019s first command in Genesis to the heavenly worship scene in Revelation, God\u2019s plan has been to express his image through a myriad of peoples and cultures.Through fascinating illustrations, but without bitterness or judgmentalism, Woodley exposes the painful wounds of racism and ethnocentricity that have splintered our nation and our churches. He also offers a model for racial reconciliation and acceptance of the unique contributions of each culture.Living in Color is a passionate call to embrace and celebrate God\u2019s plan for diversity. It offers wisdom and hope to readers of all cultures and ethnic backgrounds as well as to Christians involved in evangelism, multicultural outreach, intercessory prayer, and reconciliation.
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Teaching from a biblical, Native American perspective on how to celebrate the diversity God has placed all around us, thus finding His purposes for our lives.
- Publisher

Meet the Author

Randy Woodley

Randy Woodley is a Keetoowah Cherokee Indian who has been inRandy Woodley is a Keetoowah Cherokee Indian who has been in ministry among First Nations people since 1984. He is an au ministry among First Nations people since 1984. He is an author, pastor, teacher, lecturer, poet and activist. With histhor, pastor, teacher, lecturer, poet and activist. With his wife, Edith (Eastern Shoshone/Choctaw), he is president and wife, Edith (Eastern Shoshone/Choctaw), he is president and cofounder of Eagle's Wings Ministry (interdenominational). cofounder of Eagle's Wings Ministry (interdenominational). C

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  • Catalogue Code 166127
  • Product Code 0800792912
  • EAN 9780800792916
  • Pages 208
  • Department Academic
  • Category Christian Worldview
  • Sub-Category Social Issues
  • Publisher Chosen Books
  • Publication Date Sep 2001
  • Dimensions 229 x 154 x 14 mm
  • Weight 0.340kg

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