He looks out for all of it in the nearly 200 urban acres and more than 1,300 dwelling units just off of Portland Avenue that make up what he earnestly refers to as “the largest redevelopment of its time in the history of the city.” We’re at New Salishan, marking an important achievement for Tacoma and the city’s East Side.
“Building Salishan for the last 15 years was (Tacoma Housing Authority’s) preoccupation.
Pastor Mark Driscoll of Trinity Church in Scottsdale, Arizona, said that after receiving a "flood" of questions on the topic of Christian dating, intimacy and living together, he wanted to address the top three inquires in his weekly video response. The first question had to do with the "line" in dating, with readers asking where is the boundary that should not be crossed during a casual or serious dating relationship.
Driscoll said that in all cases, including the three questions he addressed, Christians need to seek God's will first above all other things. Driscoll first responded by asserting that the question is wrong, saying it should be more about when is the right time, rather than where is the line. If you're trying to get away with as much as you can, your aim might not be to glorify God.
“That is a notable milestone,” Mirra says in his understated style.
The history of Salishan — THA’s largest public housing development, transformed into a mixed-income community now full of low-income renters and both market rate and low-income qualified homebuyers — reaches much further back than the last 15 years.
The very name that it now goes by, “New Salishan,” implies a storied past as “old Salishan.” “The history of Salishan really started with the attack on Pearl Harbor.
Inspired by 1 Corinthians, in which Paul answers a series of questions posed by the people in the Corinthian church, Pastor Mark Driscoll set out to determine the most controversial questions among visitors to the Mars Hill Church website.
In the end, 893 questions were asked and 343,203 votes were cast.