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Re-Localization and The Big Sort

On my mind this morning: The re-localization of the American church is important, even imperative, and rooting ourselves in our neighborhoods is the best way we can “weave a fabric of care” in our communities (to use some unforgettable language from the Inhabit Conference). But in the age of The Big Sort is there a danger of focusing so much on the neighbor we recognize that we overlook the stranger we don’t? How do we guard against this so we can bring the stranger into the neighborhood, so to speak?


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