Diversity & the Church

prepareReverend Doctor Martin Luther King Jr. once said, “it is appalling that the most segregated hour of Christian America is eleven o’clock on Sunday morning.”  This statement was made over 50 years ago – has anything changed?

Today our podcast host, Sarah Micula, meets with Karen Young, the Multicultural Ministries Specialist of the Multicultural department for the Central Territory and Captain Nancy Azuaje, the Multicultural Women’s Ministries Coordinator for the Central Territory.  Today’s conversation is about creating a multi-ethnic church, cultivating cultural sensitivity and creating space to celebrate differences without further segregating congregations. We didn’t come up with all the answers but we’re joining the greater conversation about creating a true vision of the Kingdom of God! We hope you enjoy today’s conversation and are inspired to to the great cause of love and kingdom building. Enjoy!

Diversity & the Church Podcast

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