KB and Ameen Hudson talk about the unique obstacles to discipleship in an urban context plagued by historical and ongoing injustices.
“It can feel like generations of gospel-preaching, prison-visiting, orphan-caring work is being pushed aside in favor of something newer, whiter, more expensive.”
It’s not just a hand up for the unemployed. It’s also a tangible way for the church to stretch out.
My childhood taught me two qualities that prepared me for church planting.
Church-planting teams, how you considered how your church will affect the socioeconomic landscape of your city?