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Breaking The Evangelical Mold At A Church With Ethnic Roots

posted on June 10, 2013

Mark Oppenheimer of The New York Times reports on Vox Veniae, a church in Austin, Texas, that defies the typical evangelical mold. Founded by a young Chinese-Canadian in a former club that houses a yoga studio and an art gallery, the church of 200 has grown from its Chinese roots to become multiracial. Oppenheimer writes, “In a country that is growing more racially diverse, and in an evangelical movement that is becoming more politically diverse, Vox Veniae, which is Latin for ‘voice of forgiveness,’ may be, as Jesus said, a sign of the times.” 

Read at The New York Times