While planning for Unity One, team members were asked to briefly share some of their thoughts on multi-cultural and multi-ethnic worship; what they see it means and how it is plays out in the body of Christ.
In this post, we share an answer from Mr. Ian Holmes, who is the Co-Director of Music for Unity One.
Unity One: I would like to get some thoughts from you on multi-cultural worship and what excites you about the Unity One concert coming up in November?
Ian Holmes: I love to see God minister His deliverance, love, joy to the lives of people when we join together in His Word, for His Kingdom purposes to glorify His Name a cooperate setting of worship. John 4:24
Indeed, we look forward to glorifying God’s name together for His kingdom’s purpose. Are you ready? Have you already set the atmosphere of your heart to worship?
1 thought on “A Brief Thought on Multi-Ethnic or Multi-Cultural Worship – Part 3”
I think that God has created us to be One, as the old song not sure who is was song by simply says- Lord, Make us one, For is we divide , we cannot survive, so Lord please make us one.