Sundays (The Most Segregated Day of The Week)
Sunday at least in America is the most segregated day of the week. I remember living in Abilene passing by several churches and hear that church is the "black congregation". "Christians" choose to go to the church of their liking whether it is a particular denomination or even churches that are segregated by race. Is it okay to worship were we are most comfortable? What does that say about Christianity in America? Is your church diverse? Should churches be more diverse? How can churches become more diverse? Has your church overcome diversity? In what ways? How? What has your churched learned? What can the church learn in being more diverse with different faiths, races and socio-economic statis? Do think this is something that will get better or worse?
What do you think?
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