2022 Spark Conference

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Mark Hearn

Multicultural Ministry vs Multiethnic Outreach
Author of "Technicolor and Hearing in Technicolor" Mark explores how members of his congregation experienced the joys, struggles, and triumphs of being a part of a multi-ethnic church. This provides a glimpse of the nature of a church that reflects its community. He also differentiates multicultural ministry from multi-site ethnic church planting.

Presenter Bio

Mark Hearn has been a pastor for 35+ years. Since 2010, he has served as the senior pastor at First Baptist Church in Duluth, Georgia, in 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 with members from 37 different countries. Mark holds degrees from Carson Newman College, SBTS, and Luther Rice Seminary. He and his wife, Glenda, are the parents of four grown daughters and are proud grandparents.

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