In such an everchanging multicultural, multiethnic and multilingual world, what do we even mean when we say crosscultural work?
Between Los Angeles and London, Seoul and Santiago, God's people are moving beyond borders. From Beijing to Bucharest, Berlin to Budapest, people are lonely and searching for answers. From Moscow to Madrid, New Delhi to Nairobi, Johannesburg to Jerusalem, Taipei to Tokyo, people crave connection with something deep and meaningful.
We understand that crosscultural work is not just about traveling abroad. It's about understanding people, living out unity amidst diversity, and connecting to people at their point of need. How might you expand your love of people from other cultures?