The church is at its best when operating with a diverse group of people, voices, and ideas rather than homogeneity. This operation surpasses diversity aesthetically, cultivating a multi-ethnic, multi-cultural community of culture -shaping missionaries. Indeed, it requires the willingness to embrace conflict, error, long-suffering, and sacrifice. This exercise sometimes means the adjustment of old patterns to provide a contextualized atmosphere that is culturally sensitive. In this workshop, we will discuss the implications of returning to the drawing board to reassess our leadership models, our way of thinking, and way of relating to monoculturalism. Cultivating a multi-cultural fresh expression is no easy feat, but it is worth being suffered through and pursued for the sake of the gospel.