Contributed by Scott Maze on Jun 12, 2021
If the gospel is only successful among one stratum of society, it loses its punch. But if the gospel assembles people from both sides of the track (rich and poor), there is an intrigue to the gospel.
Jesus kept the wrong company.
In the later decades of the nineteenth century, Hell’s Half-Acre was known as the red-light district of Fort Worth. While the area was cleared in the 1960s for the Tarrant County Convention Center, it was, as the name suggests, a rough and rowdy district. In the