Healing Church Hurt with Coffee and Community | “A Healing Brew”

“I just found a massive disparity between the life and actions of Jesus Christ, and the church institutions that I've grown up around.” In Cleveland, Tennessee, a small town of 40,000, there are headquarters of 7 Christian Denominations and over 300 churches - but less than 20% of the people there actually attend church. A common issue reported is ‘church hurt’ - pain stemming from experiences within a church community. For 10 years, The Salvation Army has been working to help heal these wounds through a relational ministry at Inman Coffee - a third-wave coffee shop centered around creating relationships with customers - to show them the true love of God. Enjoy this encouraging story, produced in partnership with The Salvation Army’s USA Southern Territory.

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