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One Sunday morning when Jimmy Rollins was 37 years old, he stood before the church, and what he saw was a sea of black. The church had a handful of white members and a roster of recurring guest speakers who were Caucasian, but Living Waters Worship Center was a majority African-American church in a majority white town, south of Baltimore. For Rollins, that meant it was a church that had lost its way. Rollins knew that the church needed to change…


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