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There are billions of people living in small places, yet they are often ignored by ministry-minded people. Small places are thick with culture and rife with opportunity for gospel ministry: poverty, depression, suicide, racism, injustice, and souls stranded in sin unacquainted with the love of God in Christ Jesus. As Stephen points out, both rural and urban places are easily romanticized. What the world needs is Christians who value the small even in the big―disciples who move slowly and are attentive enough to bring a grand gospel into the nooks and crannies of life.