Since the vast majority of para-church ministries are still largely led by white men, and because there seems to be a stronger push for ethnic diversity in recent years, I’ve seen a theme emerge among my friends who are women of color. It is a theme of what I call the single voice. What this means is that as ministry leaders seek to diversify their organizations-with speakers at conferences, VP’s on executive teams, or simply diverse leadership at all levels- they tend to only want ONE person from certain ethnic groups to be their token minority. What this creates is a scarcity mentality among minorities who are all vying for that one space. It ends up pitting women of color against one another. Rather…