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No matter what city or town that you live in there at least one time was an intersection where Church Street met State Street. Environmentalists blame the erosion on sandpaper that gradually has left the values found on Church Street unprotected and blown-away like sand. Gradual erosion is hardly noticed until it’s too late. The relevance that once balanced the systems of integrity in government; in commerce; in finance and investment started to take moral shortcuts. The voice that use to hold Wall Street, Main Street and State Street fell quiet and almost altogether silent. The parks that once were green and lush, began to pile up in weeds that became so high that it obscured the steeples and the open door that welcomed all to Church Street.Today you will find in any given city or town protesters crying out for a voice in the public square. They are accusing Wall Street of greed and they have a point. Yet when you look a little closer you can find as much greed on State Street. State Street has been in bed with Madison Avenue and when that happens the politics on State Street have created a way to raise billions to buy elections. If that is not greed what is?
In cities like Denver, Pittsburgh and New York and the towns like Colorado Springs, Stanton, and Rochester, Church Street is more symbolic than anything else. Yet it’s relevance is the only thing that will cut through the clutter of what is happening in the world. True the scandals of the Roman Catholic Church have been devastating and need to be addressed and it will take good men and women to restore the light that seems dimmed these days, and it will take others in the body to find their voice where it can be heard beyond the walls.
Most of our cities and towns have places beyond Church Street, where the homeless can find shelter and a meal. The cities that have rescue missions, and urban ministries, food pantries, and safe houses for battered women are the kind of places where Church Street intersects with Wall Street, Main Street and State Street. Those cities and towns that go beyond the walls have house churches and churches that call out to the intellectually and physically disabled. Church Street has a voice on Wall Street, Main Street and State Street.
Intersections of Convergence
On Church Street and Mission Avenue you might come across art galleries, coffee houses and other cultural centers that appeal to the folks who dwell on Wall Street and Main Street. These are the voices that somehow reach and teach people about the proper use of gifts and talents, calling and outreach. You might find a university or college that is training the next group of leaders who will raise their voices in the community. The main point is that all who are in a place where our street intersect are invited. For more on how you can intersect in your city call 800.724.1839, or e-mail Friendshipfellowship@juno.com.