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Sherman Lau

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Sherman Lau serves as the Manager of Agency Collaboration at Mission Central. He is also currently a student at Western Seminary in Portland, Oregon in the Doctor of Intercultural Studies program. He is passionate about equipping the church to be the intercultural people of God.

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Mission Central (Burnaby, BC) — Manager of Agency Collaboration
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Written by Sherman Lau

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Does Systemic Racism Exist in the Canadian Church?

Watching out for us-and-them thinking in our congregations and systemic racism in CanadaRead more Read more...

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Serve Conference is Going Virtual!

Serve is oriented to disciples of Jesus who are filled with true hope and seek to contribute solutions in the world.Read more Read more...

Event Recap

Intersection Online Recap: Lessons Learned During COVID-19

Lessons Learned from COVID-19Read more Read more...

Event Recap

Intersection Online Recap: Mental Health & Spiritual Well-being

Intersection Online Recap, May 13, 2020Read more Read more...

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COVID-19 does not discriminate. British Columbians shouldn’t discriminate either

COVID-19 does not discriminate. A Canadian Christian response to Anti-Asian RacismRead more Read more...

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#MissionIsNotCancelled with Partners International

Hear what Partners International have been doing in Brazil during the Covid-19 pandemic.Read more Read more...

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Being the Intercultural People of God — Perspectives from Church Leaders

As Canadians do we want our churches to be multi-cultural, or is there a better goal?Read more Read more...

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Is Multiculturalism "bad" for the church?

Should local churches strive for a multicultural make-up?Read more Read more...

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Towards an Intercultural Ecclesiology

"The largest faith communities were not homogeneously Caucasian, but were Chinese, Korean or Filipino congregations."Read more Read more...

Event Recap

Vancouverites Sing with One Voice

Vancouver praising Jesus together on Canada's 150th anniversaryRead more Read more...

Event Recap

Evangelical Missiological Society and Lausanne Movement in Vancouver

What are the current trends impacting missions, migration, and multiplication in Canada.Read more Read more...

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Collaboration leads to great new tools for global mission to the least reached and encourages response to communityRead more Read more...

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Introducing: Linking Global Voices

Mission Central is proud to be listed on "Linking Global Voices", for collaboration among mission-minded people.Read more Read more...

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Radical Discipleship: Mark 1:14-20

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This article addresses the common fears and excuses for being a disciple maker.Read more Read more...

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