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Download our HFNY Resource Card as a way to engage homeless and hungry neighbors.

Read Tim Keller's outline of "Wholistic Ministry" and the Biblical call of the church  to minister in both word and deeds of mercy and justice. 

Watch our workshop on "How to Care for our Homeless Neighbors," outlining practical ways to serve our homeless neighbors and connect them to resources.



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  Ministries of Mercy: The Call of the Jericho Road
Dr. Tim Keller

Generous Justice: How God's Grace Makes Us Just
Dr. Tim Keller

  When Helping Hurts: Alleviating Poverty without Hurting the Poor... and Yourself
Brian Fikkert
To Live in Peace: Biblical Faith and the Changing Inner City
Mark R. Gornik


Mercy in the Kingdom of God
Logan Gentry, Apostles Church


Hope for the City
Tim Keller, Redeemer Presbyterian Church


Hope for New York Sermon Series
Tim Keller, John Perkins, Jeff White, and others


Meet Awesome #TeamHFNY Cyclist Mike Columbia

July 31, 2014
Meet Mike Columbia, a Redeemer West Sider, data specialist for the NYC Department of Education, and father of three. We interviewed Mike about why he’s chosen to ride for Team HFNY for the past two years, what he’s looking forward to this year, and his tips for Charity Bike Ride newcomers.

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Welcome, New Affiliates!

April 18, 2014
This spring, Hope for New York added three new non-profits to our affiliate network, bringing our affiliate total to over 40 affiliates creatively sustainability, and holistically serving our neighbors in need.

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Celebrating Stories of Hope this Easter

April 08, 2014
This Easter, as we're celebrating the victory of Christ’s renewal over brokenness, we’re also celebrating the work of transformation and healing He's done through our affiliate partners this year.

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Small Gifts, Big Impact through The Hope Exchange

March 03, 2014
As we celebrate Lent and anticipate the Easter victory of Christ’s renewal over brokenness, we’re also remembering those in our city who are poor or marginalized and in need of hope and healing.

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Join us to Serve our Homeless Neighbors at Don't Walk By

January 02, 2014
The people living on the street who we encounter daily here in New York — the man wrapped up in a blanket on the sidewalk, the woman weaving in and out of packed subway cars with a cup — can stir up conflicting feelings inside of us.

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