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Part Two of Episode Ten Black American Orthodox Experience on OCN
In this part two episode of The Black American Orthodox Experience, Fr. Samuel and Photios Woolbright discuss preparing ourselves to welcome Black Americans to the Orthodox Church, and what Black American Spiritual Traditions have to offer us.
The Black American Orthodox Experience is a program focused on Orthodox missions in America—insights, challenges, and how we can reach (and are reaching) members of Black, Indigenous, and other communities with the Church of Jesus Christ. Our goal is to feature honest and informative conversations about what the Great Commission looks like in modern America within a historical and cultural context.
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Part Two of Episode Ten Black American Orthodox Experience on OCN
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