The right side of the tracks


We see this building way too often when visiting family.  It is located in the N. Little Rock area.

What a wonderful tribute to a church’s decided move to the “right side of the tracks.”  What a convincing testament to the wisdom of the leadership.  What a glorious credit to the state of this church’s treasury.


It’s an embarrassment, actually.

Some Pentecostal or charismatic groups (Assembly of God, e.g.) are rather known for catering to the “other” side of the tracks.  Apparently, this church wants to be known for having arrived on the right side of the tracks, or it wouldn’t have built such an ostentatious building.



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