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North American life is more diverse than it has ever been. In my community there are 80 first languages spoken in the public schools. And in my congregation, people from 10 countries of origin may attend on any given Sunday.

If this is true in the heartland of Indiana, it is probably the case where you are also. Every congregation must decide how it will respond to diversity.

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Most churches have made this choice already, they just don’t know it.

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