“If the gospel’s making me less Dominican, there’s something wrong with that gospel.”
Most ministry and discipleship resources target an “average” Christian audience that is often assumed to be white, middle-class, and suburban (or, at least, not urban). What do you do if you’re called to share the gospel with people of color in the city?
Rich Perez and Robert Guerrero, both pastors of Dominican descent in New York City, discuss making the gospel real in communities that sometimes feel overlooked.
Have you experienced this tension as a pastor or church member? What resources have brought the gospel home to you in a way that transcends cultural categories or speaks directly to you?