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When Worship Practices Cross Cultures

Baptist church planters Charles and Glenda S. Brown found their new Texas church attracting people of many cultures and families of mixed races. That led to building relationships with churches steeped in other cultures, which led to a multicultural, multiracial leadership team at the Browns’ church. Writer Joan Huyser-Honig explores multicultural leadership in worship and offers resource links and conversation-starting questions in an exploratory article, "Multicultural Leadership in Worship: Sharing Power Among Cultures," housed on the Calvin Institute of Christian Worship website.

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