Twin Cities Churches Fighting Homelessness

A friend from seminary, who is pioneering some great work in the West Bank area of Minneapolis, posted this satirical news article. Read it though and consider how plausible something like this really is and how much of an impact churches could have if they worked it out.
A network of large Christian churches in Minnesota’s Twin Cities has announced a multi-point plan to fight homelessness. The announcement of the “Twin Cities Open Door Campaign” comes in response to what leaders are calling a “crisis of conscience” and contains many bold measures, most notably, plans to make church building spaces available to overnight guests that will be bussed to and from city centers.

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(HT: Church Marketing Sucks)
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