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    Miami is a city of paradoxes. A 2009 study of 73 world cities by Swiss bank UBS ranked Miami, Fla., as the richest city in the United States and the world’s fifth-richest in terms of purchasing power. Forbes ranked Miami as the third most overpriced city in the United States. But paradoxically in 2010, Miami proper was sixth on the list of large U.S. cities having citizens below the federal poverty line, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. One-fourth of its population lives in poverty.
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    Send City Missionary Alex Comesañas

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    Pray For Miami

    "Pray for our churches to clearly preach the gospel to all people in the culturally, ethnically and economically diverse city of Miami." -Alex Comesañas, Miami Send City Missionary

  • Fast Facts

    Miami Fast Facts 

    Population in Miami
    5.82 million people live in the
    metro Miami area (Dade, Broward
    and West Palm Counties).

    SBC Church-Population Ratio
    There is one Southern Baptist Convention church for every 8,725 metro Miami residents.
    Ethnic Diversity
    (43 percent Hispanic, 33 percent Anglo, 22 percent African American, 3 percent Asian/Pacific Islander)  

    Sources: U.S. Census Bureau, SBC Annual Church Profile, 2010 U.S. Religion Census: Religious Congregation & Membership Study
    Statistics are for the Send North America: Miami focus area. Compiled by the NAMB Center for Missional Research.