TKC SUNDAY SPECIAL!!! CELEBRATE THE URBAN CORE BUILDING BOOM REVIVAL: CAN JESUS SAVE MIDTOWN KANSAS CITY?!?!?
Sunday contemplation leads us to an ongoing Kansas City real estate trend which confirms that most people in this town only have faith in gentrification as a way to improve local life.
To wit . . .
THIS SUNDAY WE CELEBRATE MORE "GOOD NEWS" FEATURING KANSAS CITY FAITH COMMUNITIES INVESTING IN MIDTOWN KANSAS CITY AS THIS TOWN STAYS LOSING REAL JOBS!!!
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- Here's a really important look at the group buying up a lot of property in Midtown Kansas City under the radar and basically turning most of the work of (taxpayer subsidized) MainCor into a crusade for Jesus... Replant: Book and Case Study: Redeemer Fellowship Kansas City . . . "We need a lot more churches that are willing to be planted and grow alongside dying churches"
- Take look at a longstanding tradition of faith and service in the midtown corridor: Holy Family, Kansas City icon, after 40 years
- And again, this blog was FIRST to break news about El Torreon revival with more detailed reports from mainstream media providing all of the relevant deets about new plans for a market and place of of worship.
Given all of this "good news" the question should be sent forth:
WILL JESUS AND FAITH COMMUNITIES SAVE MIDTOWN KANSAS CITY?!?!?
TKC Perspective: In one of the most influential bits of media during the 20th Century, Lisa Simpson references Samuel Johnson and contends that "Prayer is the last refuge of a scoundrel." Accordingly, the Midtown Kansas City revival trend is worth noting if only because recent tech hype and toy train streetcar propaganda would lead us to believe that our urban core is adding jobs but the reality is that it seems like we've only been adding new churches and desperate people looking for salvation - which is nice but doesn't really generate the revenue of which local politicos have foretold.
Developing . . .