Have you ever wished you can have a Christian friend of a different ethnicity? Asian, African-American, English, Japanese, Chinese, etc.? What are your thoughts about this...
I have them;) at least I have you all.. that's quite a big difference to me as European. besides I have friends in Uganda and India..:) it's really great to see Gods work all around the planet and see that everybody serves the same god.. Jesus!:)
One of my goals for the upcoming 2013 year is to make friends with other Christians of different ethnicities. I want to go beyond my Hispanic culture.
I have Christian friends of different backgrounds, and as Gabriella said, it's wonderful seeing how the Lord is working in other people all over the world. It's exciting!
I am a Filipino-American. My church is multicultural and I love seeing people of different cultures all united in Christ. Tell me about your culture. :)
I have lots of friends of different races and ethnicities. These types of relationships reflect the truth of the gospel! God loves diversity!
Make friends with me. I'm Italian, black and Puerto Rican. I'm a 3 for 1 deal ;)But yeah, I see a Christian as a Christian. I grew up in a very diverse environment and my own family is very diverse. I have friends who I have very strong and close relationships with from South Korea, Australia, U.K., Uganda, Mexico, and all over the U.S. Ethnicity doesn't mean anything to me except some people speak a different language and some people have great food! But people are people regardless of where they're from.
About my Hispanic culture...At our church, we have meals with tamales, tacos of different kinds, burritos every once in a while and so on. Sometimes, we'll have posole or menudo. Many of our members bring in potluck dishes. We celebrate parties with colorful piñatas, Spanish Christian music, etc. Even though I'm Hispanic, we are all children of God, ethnicity doesn't get into the way.