Cornerstone

“What we are is a family, and God is calling us to live like it.”
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June 9, 2019

God has made us a family from among all sorts of different ethnicities, cultures, and even languages. In a linguistically diverse place like Los Angeles, we have the opportunity and blessing to live life cross-lingually with our brothers and sisters in Christ as a part of one local church. But, how do we do that? What does that practically look like? How do you build a relationship with someone who speaks a different language? Where do we start?

Application Questions

  1. How can you best engage in our unity Sundays in a way that blesses your brothers or sisters that speak either Spanish or Farsi?
  2. How might God be calling you to use your resources to serve and care for your brothers and sisters who speak different languages than you?
  3. How might God be calling you to use your gifts to serve and care for your brothers and sisters who speak different languages than you?
  4. What are steps you could take to build relationships with your brothers and sisters whose heart language is different than yours?

Scott Mehl

Scott serves the church by overseeing leadership, development, global ministries, and counseling/discipleship.

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