"May they experience such perfect unity that the world will know that you sent me and that you love them as much as you love me." - Jesus, John 17:23

SERIES: David Anderson


Afternoons with Dr. David Anderson Radio Show

Afternoons with Dr. David Anderson Radio Show

“Afternoons with Dr. David Anderson is a vibrant radio show in Washington, D.C. that is insightful, spiritual, witty, and builds bridges across racial, political, and cultural lines, while handling real-time topics that are provocative, relevant, and yet handled with Dr. Anderson’s unique style of gracism.”


Church uses creative arts to reach across cultures

Church uses creative arts to reach across cultures

“It’s said that 11 a.m. on Sunday is the most segregated hour in America,” said Anderson, 44, who has been preaching in some capacity for 24 years. “As a multicultural church, representing people from 42 nations, we seek to put a stop to that.”


Gracism: The Art of Inclusion by David Anderson

Gracism: The Art of Inclusion by David Anderson

“Pastor David Anderson responds to prejudice and injustice with the principle of gracism: radical inclusion for the marginalized and excluded. Building on the apostle Paul’s exhortations in 1 Corinthians 12 to honor the weaker member, Anderson presents a biblical model for showing special grace to others on the basis of ethnicity, class or other social distinction. He offers seven sayings of the gracist with practical examples for building bridges and including others.”


It Ain’t Nice! by David A. Anderson

It Ain’t Nice! by David A. Anderson

“I got tired of everyone telling me that multicultural ministry was nice. It ain’t nice! It’s necessary! Having engaged in diverse ministry for a while now, I’ve come to realize that one must first have a conversion experience with racial reconciliation before multicultural ministry graduates from nice to necessary.”


Letters Across the Divide by Anderson and Zuercher

Letters Across the Divide by Anderson and Zuercher

From the back cover: -Why is everything a racial issue with blacks? -Why do so many whites refuse to believe that racism is a problem in America? -Should all whites apologize for the wrongs committed against African Americans? These questions aren’t asked out loud, except in the closest and rarest of friendships. David Anderson and […]


Love My Neighbor as Myself?

Love My Neighbor as Myself?

Christians are commanded to love their neighbor as themselves. There is no man that I may pre-judge as superior to or worse than myself based on clothing, vehicle, home, ethnicity, criminal record, # of children out of wedlock, bad hygiene, bad attitude, religion or social group, etc. Prejudice is not the character of Christ that I am called to imitate. It is the characteristic of the world.


Multicultural Ministry by David Anderson

Multicultural Ministry by David Anderson

Description of this book from the publisher’s website: A practical guide to multicultural ministry in a changing America, with motivating stories and examples from the author’s personal experiences in successful multicultural ministry. It also offers practical how-to ideas from a wide circle of churches. Description: David Anderson writes about multicultural leadership not from the perspective […]


Multicultural Ministry Handbook Edited by Anderson and Cabellon

Multicultural Ministry Handbook Edited by Anderson and Cabellon

“The world is becoming increasingly diverse. More and more of our neighbors are from a variety of cultures, ethnicities and cultural backgrounds. But most churches are still culturally homogenous and do not represent every tribe and tongue. What can we do to minister more effectively to our multicultural society?”


The Art of Inclusion with Dr. David Anderson

The Art of Inclusion with Dr. David Anderson

“This session helps trainees see how the insider/outsider dynamic effects a variety of situations in a local congregation. It presents a framework for practicing “the Art of Inclusion” with the ethnic minorities and other groups in an organization that may be easily overlooked. It helps Christians understand how they can apply the biblical principles of showing favor to outsiders (1 Corinthians 12) and avoiding giving favoritism to insiders (James 2) in a way that promotes a healthy, unified community.”