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USA Round Table Roundup

Posted by Vanessa Whitfield on

On October 17th, we held our 2nd annual USA ‘Round Table’ event in Sterling, Virginia. In attendance were several pastors and key leaders from various churches, five of which are located in the DC metropolitan area. The meeting provided ample time for both our key and network...

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Tags: usa, round table

USA Round Table Oct 17 in Sterling, VA

Posted by Kara Callaghan on

Join us for Radstock's USA ‘Round Table’ event, primarily driven by and serving Radstock Key Churches and pioneer mission contacts. Brian Jose, Radstock’s Executive Director, wrote: “This is a ‘sleeves-rolled-up’ time for member...

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Tags: round table usa

Cross Cultural Missions at Home

Posted by Mike Mckinley on

In God's providence, our church is located in an ethnically and economically diverse area. It wasn't that way when it was established in 1857, but the world has changed quite a bit since then. Now we have huge populations of recent Asian and Latin American immigrants all around...

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Tags: cross cultural mission, partnership, hospitality

being an ambassador in my own community

Posted by Mike Mckinley on

Herndon, Virginia is a tense place. Twenty years ago it was a fairly quiet far suburb of Washington DC. Now, to hear some people say it, it is over-run with illegal immigrants. Every morning the parking lot of McDonald's and the adjacent convenience store are flooded with men looking for a...

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Tags: usa, spanish speaking

local heroes - you need to get out more

Posted by Brian Jose on

Posted by Brian Jose Brian Jose, Radstock's Executive Director, opens the hatch on a common tension in churches today between 'local' and 'global' mission, and issues a challenge to us to all 'get out there,' whether it's among the lost, the poor, the 'uber-cool,' and the broken, wherever we...

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Tags: cross-cultural mission, global mission, us, albania

crossing cultures in my own city

Posted by Kara Callaghan on

Posted by Kara Callaghan I have lived in Washington DC for nearly 17 years. In a town where others who share my ethnic and socio-economic background come to build their careers staying 2-4 years, my tenure is nothing short of unusual. Some would even say it's counter-cultural. So why do I...

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Tags: usa, cross-cultural mission

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