Pittsburgh is one of those cities that is unique. Maybe it’s the three rivers running through it. Maybe it’s the mixture of old (for America) and new. You can see this contrast in the downtown area.
(I just had to throw this picture in – how often do you see the L.L. Bean-mobile?)
Lesson for church: You’ve got old and you’ve got new and you’ve got unique all rolled into one. But how often do we fight and takes sides arguing that old and new and unique can’t all exist in the same place? Why not? If it can work for a city, why not a church?