Sherman Lau

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Sherman Lau formerly served at Mission Central in the roles of Church Relations Coordinator and Manager of Agency Collaboration. He seeks to advance the development and praxis of intercultural ministry in the Canadian multicultural context by discipling Jesus followers to think and reflect theologically, grow interculturally as well as live missionally with boldness and grace. He serves as the Lead Pastor at Killarney Park MB Church, and directs the Intercultural Ministry program at Pacific Life Bible College.

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Killarney Park Mennonite Brethren Church (Vancouver, BC)

Written by Sherman Lau

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Brotherly Love

What unites us all is our shared faith in Jesus, so we are more than kin but brothers in Spirit as well. Read more Read more...

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

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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...

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