Episode 129 • Racial Diversity: A Philosophy or a Reality with One Church Music

  • Written By 
  • Libby Lewis

10:00 am on Sunday mornings is still the most segregated time in our country. 

Prioritizing diversity in your church can seem like a weighty task. It also comes with a lot of questions on how to get started.

We don’t have all the answers, but our conversation in episode 129, with One Church Music, is a great place to start.

This is a team located out of the multi-ethnic, multi-generational community: One Church from Columbus, OH who’s been asking these questions for the past 10 years. Here they share about what they’ve learned and the things they’ve implemented to see people from different generations and ethnicities find home together in their community.

It’s not just an HR move, or being able to check off a diversity boxIt starts with being intentional, listening with understanding, and seeing others through the eyes of Jesus.

Do not miss this powerful and timely episode with One Church Music!


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