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.