Grace College’s Manahan Orthopedic Capital Center was the site of the local Martin Luther King Jr. Day event this morning in Winona Lake, Ind. Speaker for the event was local pastor, Kondo Simfukwe, who is also a Grace College graduate. The Grace College gospel choir also performed. A portion of a story from the online news site, InkFreeNews, appears below. Click here to read the complete article.
Pastor Simfukwe Discusses Unity, Diversity At MLK Day Event
“I love diversity because the God of the universe loves diversity. God is passionate about diversity.”
Kondo Simfukwe, lead pastor at Mission Point Community Church, addressed a crowd of about 300 people at the Committee to Commemorate Dr. Martin Luther King’s 32nd annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day on Monday, Jan. 20.
The overall theme of Simfukwe’s message focused on unity and diversity between people.
“I love different kinds of people, backgrounds and perspectives,” Simfukwe said. “I love diversity because my family is diverse. I get to be one of the pastors of a church that’s predominantly white, but it’s made up of a diverse collection of people with different socioeconomic backgrounds, different education levels, and different abilities.”
“Even at our church, we have New England Patriots fans. We accept all kinds of people,” he added.
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