First-Time Xulon Author Releases Book Addressing Cultural Reconciliation with Church and Society

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In it, the author encourages readers to share their story with people outside their cultural background—or listen to someone else’s.

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People want the Church to address prejudice.

Within the pages of Cornelia Lynn Beard’s new book, Intertwine: Creating Cross-Cultural Unity in the Body of Christ ($9.99, paperback, 9781545670965; $4.99, ebook, 9781545670972), readers will find a much-needed tool that addresses the necessity for cultural reconciliation not only in our churches, but in our society.

Intertwine addresses the necessity for cultural reconciliation in churches and society. With today's racially driven violence and crime epidemic, the world needs a starting point on how to bridge the gap between the races. Intertwine, written in layman’s terms, is that starting point. This book can help anyone learn to communicate with those outside their cultural circle—and enjoy doing it!

“People want to know how to interact with other cultures,” says Beard. “People want the Church to address prejudice.”

Xulon Press, a division of Salem Media Group, is the world’s largest Christian self-publisher, with more than 12,000 titles published to date, Intertwine is available online through,, and

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