May 11, 2017
Presently, there are grave injustices in our criminal justice system. Specifically, the disproportionate prosecution and sentencing of black and brown people in America. God’s question remains: Who rises up for me against the wicked?
May 04, 2017
The U.S. comprises five percent of the world’s population, but 25 percent of its prisoners. Upon returning home, formerly incarcerated people often struggle with substance abuse, lack of education and employment skills, limited housing options, and mental health issues. Let's pray for these neighbors of ours.
April 26, 2017
Hope for New York volunteers are constantly thinking through how they can best serve their neighbors in need as a response to the grace shown by Jesus. Let these stories inspire you to pray through how God might want to use you to bring greater flourishing to this city.
April 18, 2017
As we read and pray the Psalms, we can allow the repeated mentions of God’s steadfast love to sink into our hearts—and then let it spur us on to love others with that same kind of steadfastness.
April 12, 2017
Nearly 900,000 people in New York City live with disabilities. Lack of accessible transportation and housing, unequal education, unemployment, and poor health care are among the common barriers people with disabilities face. Join us in praying on behalf of these neighbors of ours.