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Racial Reconciliation and Multiethnic Church Planting in South Africa

Ethnic tensions threaten South African churches, but multiethnic church planting efforts are bringing healing to a divided culture.

Racial Reconciliation and Multiethnic Church Planting in South Africa

In this episode, Scott and Alex discuss the uniquenesses of racial reconciliation and multiethnic church planting in South Africa. With Apartheid a mere 20 years in South Africa’s rearview, ethnic tensions still threaten to divide the church. In this insightful interview, our guest, an 18-year veteran of church planting missions to South Africa, shares simple strategies their team has used in bridging ethnic divides—even when it’s been costly.

Learn more about ABWE’s work in South Africa here. You can also email Tom.

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