Duane and Reyna Britton return to the studio to have a candid conversation about racism in the Church, culture clashes, and their experiences as a multi-racial couple. The Brittons explain why people gravitate toward what’s familiar, the differences between racism and biases, and what we miss out on by not inviting other cultures in.


Quotable Quotes:

  • “Black people are regular people.”
  • “Being a pastor—it doesn’t matter what color you are.”
  • “We’ve learned how to flow with it, deal with it, and be who we are.”
  • “People are used to what they’re used to.”
  • “We have different colors, we have different skin, but we’re just people.”
  • “If anybody should represent unity among races, it should be the Church.”



  • Ask rather than assume.
  • All cultures coming together is representative of the Body of Christ.
  • Even if something is said with the best intentions, it can still be hurtful.
  • Make an effort to learn about cultures that differ from yours.
  • God has a redemptive purpose for each and every culture.
  • Progress has been made over the years, but there is still a need for improvement.
  • Revelation 7:9


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