Simon Bell explores how to develop effective ministry to young people from ethnic groups, and the issue of finding God's heart for those who have been marginalised from the life of the church.
Edited by Jenny Baker, and with contributions from practitioners working with Black, Asian and Traveller communities.
Foreword by Roger Sainsbury, Chair of the National Youth Agency and the Centre for Youth Ministry.
"It is essential reading for all youth workers and Church leaders facing issues around diversity and Christian engagement in our distinctive communities."
Pall Singh, Director of East West Trust
"At last here's some reflection, thought and theology to help us raise our game in serving the churches and communities of Britain in the early years of the twenty-first century."
John Baxter Brown, Executive Officer (Youth), Churches Together in England
"This rich narrative of Christians making sense of ministering in multicultural contexts brings a freshness and honesty that make this a rewarding book to read by those both inside and outside of the church."
Stephen Quashie, National Council for Voluntary Youth Services (NCVYS)