The connections between Ferguson, Chattanooga, and a town near you

Josh Woodrow

Photo: Logan Foll

The events that have transpired over the past weeks in Ferguson, Missouri, about 8 miles north of the Concordia Seminary campus, have been hard to ignore.

We can’t ignore them, because they affect us all, wherever we live. A recent Concordia Seminary grad (2012), Pastor Josh Woodrow, is witnessing the connections firsthand in his new church-plant ministry in an African American neighborhood of Chattanooga, Tennessee. Read the whole story in the Chattanooga Times Free Press.

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