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Whole city - not just inner city

Every Saturday millions of Americans watch their little tykes play soccer, little league baseball, or the equivalent.

Letter from America Josh Moody

The suburban parks are full of mini-vans, the parents shout and cheer each tiny kick or hit, holding expensive name brand lattés in their hands. Is this wicked? What does the gospel have to say to such folk? Pack up and go to the inner city? Or is there something redeemable about living ‘in the world but not of the world’ in the suburb land of the city (and not just the inner city).