Unification News for June 2002
Latin ACLC Division Launched
by Maria Vargas
The Latino version of the American Clergy Leadership Conference (ACLC) under the banner of "Conferencia de Liderazgo de Clerigos de las Americas (CLCA)," was inaugurated June 8, 2002. Rev. Levy Mathew Daugherty, Executive Director, ACLC, will head the ACLC Latin Division.
Latin Clergy are concerned about the state of affairs in America and the breakdown of the family. They are committed to bringing families back to God.
In New York, Washington, D.C., Miami and Los Angeles Latino Clergy Prayer Breakfasts, seminars and programs have been successfully carried out. The Latin Clergy, filled with the powerful spirit of God, are inspired to join with ACLC to work to bring revival to the nation.
According to the US 2000 census, Hispanics are presently the largest minority in America. There are presently 35 million Latinos in the US, In 1960 in the Unites States the estimated population of Hispanic was 3 million. As the largest minority group in the US, this community with its strong love for God and concern for God's people can kindle the hearts of the American people. The strength of the unity between Black, White and Latino Clergy will surely melt down the walls across racial barriers, denominations and strengthen the families in America.
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