Jesus purposefully went through Samaria, even though the Jews normally went around (John 4.) He did so not just to bring one person, but an entire community to faith. I spend most of my ministry days dealing with people who are modern day Samaritans. These are the "problem" people for the church, for society and for our cities. It isn't that mainstream middle class people have fewer problems, its that their problems are "cleaner" and less messy to deal with. They are covered up by the veneer of money, credit and insurance. How do we as a church turn what look like barriers into opportunities as Jesus did? How do we take "you are a Jew and I am a Samaritan" and turn it into an opportunity to grow the kingdom?