Sheeri Mitchell, blogger for Elev8.com writes her thoughts on the coming together of multiple races in the worship of God.
Martin Luther King once referred to 11:00 AM as the most segregated hour in America. Some churches are changing this once accepted fact. Continuing in our series entitled “Race and The Church,” this week we’re looking at two communities that are getting the multiethnic/multiracial experience right.
Antioch Bible Church in Seattle, Washington, pastored by Ken Hutcherson, and Redemption World Outreach Center (say that five times fast) in Greenville, South Carolina, pastored by Ron Carpenter, continue to demonstrate a true committment to ethnic and cultural diversity. How are they doing? Their congregants have no complaints. Watch below as Charlene Israel from the 700 club reports.
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