Rudy Carrasco has served in urban and multiethnic contexts for more than 15 years at Harambee Ministries in Pasadena, Calif. He was named by Christianity Today as One of 50 leaders under 40 to Watch and is a member of the Hispanic Scholarship Fund’s Alumni Hall of Fame. His new book, Protest and Invest includes seven articles which will stimulate Biblically based reflection on urban and multiethnic outreach. Chapters include “Protest and Invest,” “Quadruple Consciousness,” “Summers With Jamaal,” “You Make The Road As You Walk,” “A Christmas Wish for the Undocumented,” “Mexico, Macro-economics, and Youth Ministry,” and “Living with a Modern-day Nebuchadnezzar.”
What was your favorite insight? How can we serve the urban areas more effectively?