Evangelical Christian Church is becoming more diverse

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Evangelical Christians are not just a voting bloc. And they're not all white, conservative and Republicans. One in four Americans identifies as evangelical, and the make-up of the church is becoming increasingly diverse. In part one of our series about the changing face of evangelical Christianity, we hear about two pastors at a large Latino-led megachurch in Orlando, Florida. The World's Matthew Bell co-reported the series with religion scholar Heather Mellquist Lehto.

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