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There were significant language and cultural barriers, but refugees from the Mexican Revolution in Edna, Texas, who became Christians did what white people in the region weren't permitted to do — invite African-Americans to become a part of their church body.
Missionary Henry C. Ball's efforts to develop indigenous spiritual leaders among Hispanics in the early 1900s helped create a strong Hispanic presence in the U.S. Assemblies of God today.
Inner-city church gradually reversing some debilitating neighborhood influences.
Hispanic churches began organizing 100 years ago.