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Strengthening Hispanic Ministries across Denominations

Churches that seek to minister to Latinos often have limited financial or human resources. To address these problems, an interdenominational group of Hispanic clergy met at Duke University to set an agenda for strengthening ministry to the growing U.S. Hispanic population. The subsequent report, published by Pulpit & Pew, examines the context within which Hispanic ministers work, provides an assessment of the opportunities and resources available to Latino churches, and summarizes key research on Hispanic ministry and church leadership. Read the report, "Strengthening Hispanic Ministries Across Denominations: A Call to Action" or the summary.

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