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Current Faces and New Ventures with Dhati and Daniel
A show about people of color leading movements that are shaping the future church
By 2040, America will have no majority race for the first time. People of color will comprise more than half of the U.S. population. By then, Generation Z will have come into organizational leadership and today’s models and networks will have either expired or given birth to new ventures. And for now, every network and denomination scrambles to respond to these shifts, bringing both tensions and opportunities.
ARE CHURCHES AND CHRISTIAN ORGANIZATIONS PROPERLY POSITIONING THEIR TIME, ENERGY, AND RESOURCES TO NAVIGATE THESE INEVITABLE SHIFTS?
Join Dhati and Daniel as they lead crucial conversations around missiology, organizational leadership, and how to partner with minority-led networks that are shaping the future church in America.
Repairing Disparities in American Church Planting
Tuesday | December 14, 2021 | 11AM ET
In future episodes, Dhati and Daniel will host minority leaders of culturally effective church movements. But in their second conversation, they’re digging in deeper to identify the residual effects of things like Jim Crow on the modern-day church and church planting movements in America. While some may point to how segregation ended over fifty years ago, our modern-day language of “multi-racial” and “multi-ethnic” church is a reminder that we’re still not yet even a full generation removed from it. While the word of the law may be abolished, does the spirit of the law remain?
Dhati and Daniel will discuss how minority-led networks are a part of repairing disparities within networks and denominations created and perpetuated just a generation ago.
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During his time in Texas, he started a college ministry, served as a chaplain to UNTs football team, coached high-school football, became a college pastor, and eventually planted a church. In all these years of ministry, Dhati became increasingly burdened to see healthy disciple-making churches in the city. This burden grew until the Lord gave Dhati a clear vision to plant a church-planting church in Atlanta, Georgia. In 2009, Dhati, along with twenty-five others, moved to Atlanta with the goal to become the last generation of believers who have to leave the urban context in search of sound discipleship.
Dhati is is most passionate about making disciples, equipping urban leaders, and loving his family. On any given day you might find Dhati changing a plan, coaching his kids in basketball, or strategizing on a whiteboard. Dhati has seven beautiful children and is married to Angie, a discerning woman who empowers and encourages him to live fully in his identity in Christ. He is the author of both the Bible Study and book, Among Wolves: Disciple Making in the City and Advocates: The Narrow Path to Racial Reconciliation.