Contextualizing the Gospel (Or, There’s More Than One Way to Skin a Cat)

Five months ago I moved my wife and two young daughters 1,500 miles away from the only home we had known in Nebraska. We moved because God called us to move. We believed that then and still believe it now. We moved to what’s known as the Capital District in New York, a conglomeration of four counties surrounding Albany, the capital. The Capital District was recently ranked as the least Christian area in the United States by Barna. The region is an odd mixture of urban, suburban, and rural areas mashed and intertwined. Geographically, the Capital District is considered “the Northeast.” Culturally, … Continue reading Contextualizing the Gospel (Or, There’s More Than One Way to Skin a Cat)