Why are Cities Important for Reaching the Unreached? John Piper

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“The emphasis on cities is both culturally smart and biblically warranted and I say that at the risk of neglecting villages. And here’s the way I see it: On the side of cities, you know that they are the culture makers, the culture influences and from them they are like the spring and flow out the streams to the world. And so going there to make the greatest impact for the glory of Christ is smart! Also, the peoples are coming to the cities…We’re not talking mainly geography when we talk about unreached peoples, we’re talking about people groups who may in fact live 50 yards away in a high rise and be totally unreached there and in Somalia!”

This is part of a series from Verge Network called Reaching the Unreached. If you are interested in learning more about unreached people groups and out to get involved, please visit www.100peoplenetwork.org


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