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A Look at a Multicultural Church That Finds Great Expression in Worship

We know that heaven will be eternal worship with every nation and every tribe worshipping God together in unity, yet we rarely see cultures worshipping together on Sunday mornings in our churches. I long to see our churches find ways to get a taste of heavenly worship. One church that has achieved this is First Baptist Church in Duluth, Georgia. In this video, Mark Hearn, senior pastor of that church, offers biblical reasons for churches to become reflections of their diverse neighborhoods at the 2019 Strengthen the Church Conference.

WARNING: This powerful sermon may ignite something in you that will transform your life and your church.

Here is the book that Mark Hearn references in the sermon along with Mark’s own book, Technicolor, which chronicles his church’s journey. Click on the book for more information and to purchase.

About The Author

Kenny Lamm

Worship Consultant for the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina. A frequent worship clinician and guest worship leader. Extensive work in worship renewal in several Asian countries.

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