• The Need for Rural Ministry Article by Kyle Borg

    FROM TABLETALK | August 2017

    In the evening glow of the setting sun, I can stand on my front step and gaze down the street, taking in the full length and width of the community I am glad to call home. Fading letters that almost spell “Winchester” on the weather-beaten water tower—the sole object in our skyline—are a fitting reflection of a small town that is modest but not altogether unattractive. This rural community does not offÂ’er much economically. It will never be a place of significant cultural influence or worldly success. Nevertheless, I have a settled indiffÂ’erence, because I am convinced that … View Resource