Hearing in Technicolor: Mindset Shifts within a Multicultural Congregation
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Hearing in Technicolor: Mindset Shifts within a Multicultural Congregation  -     By: Mark Hearn, Darcy Wiley

Hearing in Technicolor: Mindset Shifts within a Multicultural Congregation

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When Pastor Hearn learned that 57 different languages were spoken at the local high school, he knew he had to make some ministry changes. His church has now become a multiethnic community that reflects the city in which it resides. Members of his congregation discuss the challenges and struggles, the joys and triumphs, of that transition. 240 pages, softcover from B&H.

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Title: Hearing in Technicolor: Mindset Shifts within a Multicultural Congregation
By: Mark Hearn, Darcy Wiley
Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 208
Vendor: B&H Books
Publication Date: 2021
Dimensions: 8.5 X 5.5 X 0.52 (inches)
Weight: 10 ounces
ISBN: 1087712947
ISBN-13: 9781087712949
Stock No: WW712949

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In a 2011 State of the City Address, the mayor of pastor and author Mark Hearn's city said there were fifty-seven languages spoken at the local high school.
Hearn left asking himself, How should our church respond?

This question led to a movement that brought First Baptist Duluth to reflecting its surrounding community. This journey was captured in Pastor Hearn’s first book, Technicolor: Inspiring Your Church to Embrace Multicultural Ministry
Now, nearly five years after Technicolor, members of his congregation discuss the joys, struggles, and triumphs of being a part of a multi-ethnic church- providing a glimpse of the nature of a church that reflects its community.
 

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Mark Hearn has been a pastor for more than forty years. Since 2010, he has served as the senior pastor at First Baptist Church in Duluth, Georgia, one of the most diverse counties in America. During his tenure, the church has transformed from a monolithic Anglo-American congregation to a cross-cultural community of faith with members from forty-seven different countries. He also serves as the coaching director of Homogeneous Church Transitions for the Mosaix Global Network. Pastor Mark holds degrees from Carson Newman College, The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, and Luther Rice Seminary. Mark and his wife Glenda are the parents of four grown daughters and are proud grandparents.
 

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