October 07, 2014
As Christians, we can’t be afraid to lament over the brokenness of the world. God sees and knows the physical, emotional, and spiritual poverty in our communities and in our own hearts. But we can’t stay there – He’s “got us” right in his hand and He’s equipping us, watching over us, and loving us every step of the way as we “seek the peace and welfare of the city and pray to the Lord for it."
October 01, 2014
At Hope for New York, we’re proud to partner with over 40 of these amazing New York City non-profits (we call them our “affiliates”), and we’re committed to strengthening these organizations so that they can continue to bring spiritual, social, and economic flourishing to our city. This fall, we’re looking to partner with even more organizations who could help us expand our network to reach new populations and neighborhoods
September 30, 2014
Every so often on this blog, we'll share articles, reports and resources about the landscape of poverty in our city and in the U.S. — especially those that have been especially inspiring, thought-provoking, or prayer-inducing for us. Here, we've linked to 5 resources that have sparked discussion around our office recently.
September 18, 2014
This weekend, Redeemer Presbyterian Church is celebrating its 25th Anniversary... and we're celebrating, too! We thought it would be fun to share a few of our favorite quotes from Redeemer Pastor Tim Keller on loving and serving the poor.
September 15, 2014
We asked Abe Cho, assistant pastor at Redeemer WS, to recommend a book on mercy & justice that's been important to him recently. He recommended "Friendship at the Margins," and told us why.