A historic black church in the heart of Indianapolis, Indiana has been sold to a developer that plans to convert it to a hotel. While many churches are closing their doors to Christian ministry, many are being repurposed for secular development. Although churches are tax exempt non-profit corporations, their presence in many cases hamper true development for many urban neighborhoods. Is this good for the church and communities they once inhabited or is a trend showing the decline of the church as a profitable entity for community development and empowerment? Join Pastor Neal for discussions on this and other topics of the day.
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