Maurilio Amorim

Christianity, Hospitality, and Immigrants

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  • Posted on July 2nd, 2012

“The great majority of Christians in America will never host a meal for someone from another culture making his home in the U.S.,” said my friend across the table. I …

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Maurilio Amorim

About This Author

Maurilio Amorim is CEO of The A Group, a media, technology and branding firm in Brentwood, Tenn., that he started in 2001. He consults with some of the country’s largest ministries, leading churches, and Christian publishers.

His professional career began in the church world first as a Youth Pastor, then as an Education Pastor and later as an Executive Pastor of a fast-growing megachurch in the Nashville area.

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