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Separation between poor neighborhoods and rich neighborhoods is occurring

Many of us are putting a lot of stress on communicating Jesus' way in a way that is contextualized to that local culture like a missionary. However, it is sobering to see that so many of our locales are becoming homogeneous. They have either expensive housing with good schools or more affordable housing with schools with poor test scores. So, we need to both minister locally but also be aware that we may need to partner with a church in a poor area. 


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Ominous Milestone: 51% public school students now attend schools where most of their classmates r poor or low-income …

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