It's largely accepted that Sunday is the most segregated day of the week. Blacks and whites, with few exceptions, worship separately. Christians preach about the transcendent love of Jesus Christ and how we are all one. Yet, most are content to remain in their own cocoons, reducing the notion of true racial unity to nothing more than religious dogma. Today, EEW Magazine, the nation's leading web publication for women of faith and color, is exploring the difficult topic of race and spirituality through its May 2011 feature story, Kim Cash Tate. The Women of Faith Speaker and author of Christian fiction novel, Faithful, is also the first African American fiction writer signed to Christian publishing giant, Thomas Nelson's roster. Her cover story is available at http://www.eewmagazine.com.