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BROOKLYN, N.Y. (BP) -- Austin Coleman has spent each of the last two summers in New York City looking for intersections.
If ever there was a city where finding an intersection would be inevitable, America's largest city would be that place with its blur of 24-hour activity, endless maze of intersections populated by yellow taxicabs, limousines, delivery trucks and personal vehicles. But through a special internship opportunity, Coleman has navigated the city he loves in hopes of intersecting with people to tell them about Jesus. And he has a desire eventually to return there to live and plant churches. Read More