HOPE FOR NEW YORK
ENGAGE
LATEST NEWS AND
RESOURCES FOR YOU

Connect

Facebook
Twitter
Vimeo Instagram

Learn

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.

 

Watch

What is Hope for New York?

Our Work on the Ground


View all our videos

Read

  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

Listen

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

 

The Problem with Our Me-Ology

August 28, 2017
Understanding the comprehensiveness of God’s reign must lead us to a comprehensive understanding of discipleship, where spiritual formation is not limited to our prayers or Bible studies, but extends to serving the needs of others as we seek to actively engage in God’s redemptive plan.

Read More

What the Parable of the Persistent Widow Says About Representing the Unrepresented

August 24, 2017
We have much to learn from Jesus' parable of the persistent widow about helping the unrepresented become represented by an advocate. For if a cynical judge will finally be responsive to a widow’s pleas, how much more responsive is the God who created and loves you.

Read More

Why Mentoring Is Worth the Commitment

August 22, 2017
When Tommy Pan came to New York City three years ago, he started mentoring at Shiloh NYC, one of our affiliates. We asked him to share why he’s been so committed as a mentor there—what makes it worthwhile to him and what he’s learned. Here's what he told us.

Read More

We Need the Strength of a Reconciling God

August 17, 2017
The events in Charlottesville remind me that our nation's profoundly racialized past is firmly sedimented in the institutions, attitudes, and norms of the present. Facing up to these realities—naming and seeking to dismantle them—require something far more than the human spirit alone can muster.

Read More

Prayers for Vulnerable Women

August 15, 2017
Among women in New York City, single mothers are the most economically insecure. Additionally, women disproportionately face domestic violence. Because we serve a God who is strong and never forsakes, we lift up in prayer women across our city who are in vulnerable situations.

Read More