Trading Places: Urban Poverty and Suburban Affluence

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“As a flagship majority-culture congregation with a solid reputation and global reach, we need to be intentional with our voice and vision, sharing power, voice and resources with others, and not just wait until it is too late. In this is the Lord Jesus made famous.” – Matthew St. John, from “The Inside Out Donut,” with Leith Anderson and Brandon Washington, in the Winter/Spring 2016 issue of Evangelicals, by the National Association of Evangelicals.

Read more about what churches do when urban poverty and suburban affluence trade places.

 

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