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Why Churches Should Pursue Diverse Leadership

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Published on Mar 28, 2019

Many churches claim to want an ethnically diverse congregation, but such talk can seem like lip service if the church leadership teams are mono-ethnic. The decisions a church makes when it comes to power and authority say a lot more than any mission statement could about the value a congregation puts on ethnic diversity.

TGC Council members Danny Akin, Darryl Williamson, and Kevin DeYoung discussed why and how churches should actively pursue ethnic diversity in their elder board or leadership teams. Pastors may say, "anyone can be an elder here" and sincerely mean it yet be  unaware of invisible barriers keeping ethnic minorities out of church leadership. Akin, DeYoung, and Williamson also talk about ways for churches in very mono-ethnic areas to pursue a kingdom vision of ethnic diversity through missions and church planting.

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