We know that race is not supposed to be a divisive factor in the church. After all, Paul described the church as a community in Christ that was neither Jew nor Greek, slave nor free, nor even male and female. In Christ, dividing walls were broken down. Instead, churches are often broken along racial lines. Listen in as Dr. Rosario Picardo, Executive Pastor of New Church Development at Ginghamsburg Church in Tipp City, Ohio and Rev. Wally Harrison, Lead Pastor at Front Porch Church in Muskegon, Michigan discuss how their churches are working in this difficult arena of ministry.

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