The rapid growth of the Church Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints among various racial and ethnic communities has produced many wonderful accomplishments along with some struggles. The personal essays in this book describe these outcomes where the Church has been, what the Church is now, and what it can become.
These accounts include: * The experiences of the first black student-body president at Brigham Young University * The dynamics of "world-wide" wards in Wisconsin and Texas where several nationalities are represented * The racial and ethnic challenges in wards in the South, Washington, D.C., and many other areas * Multinational single-student wards at BYU-Hawaii, and the experience of minority students at BYU * Hispanic experiences in the Church * And many more
Read how these changes are making a difference as people from many races and ethnic backgrounds move forward as children of God, seeking the same goal of eternal life.
Print: Black & White
Page Count: 196
Imprint: Bonneville Books
Office Use: 1L115
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