Mud Huts and Mass Transit: Urbanization and the Future of Missions
Within a single human lifespan, humanity has reordered itself. A majority of humans now live in cities, something completely new in human experience. Within another single lifespan, at least 3/4 of human beings will live in cities — and some of these mega-cities will defy our imagination. If this is where the people are, this is where the Gospel must go. Our task is to understand the urban reality and make the city central to our missions strategy.
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