This week on the show, we welcome two veteran ministry leaders.
Author of The 5 Love Languages and many other books Dr. Gary Chapman returns to the podcast, along with another incredible author, speaker and pastor – Clarence Shuler.
Gary and Clarence have been friends for decades and they wrote a book together on race relationships. We’re going to talk about Healing Racial Divides in your Congregation. We’ll also talk about how that relates to the Sunday Worship Experience – what things should you be doing on stage and in your Services that will help you reach more people in your community.
Many of us want to do something to improve race relations, but we don’t know where to start or even if we can make a difference.
Each chapter of the book will guide you into a deeper level of understanding about what friendship is and about the benefits of cross-cultural friendships on an individual and national level.
We pray this episode is insightful for you.
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The Making Sunday Happen Podcast (Formerly The Church Media Podcast) is the definitive podcast for those who plan, create and execute Worship Experiences. Hosted by Carl Barnhill, the show offers training in the areas of Church Media Production, Worship, Communications, First Impressions, Service Planning, Volunteer Culture and more. Watch or listen to each episode of the show, download transcripts, and even grab some sharable content to share with your team.