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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.



What is Hope for New York?

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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


Love Your Homeless Neighbors through Don't Walk By 2017

January 06, 2017
As New Yorkers, we do it every day. We see a homeless person on the street, huddled up in a sleeping bag or makeshift blankets, their few belongings littered around them...and we keep walking. What if we stopped?

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Prayers for Families in Crisis

December 20, 2016
Children who spend time in foster care often face serious challenges—teen pregnancy, homelessness, incarceration—later in life. Let us come to the Father on behalf of these children and their families knowing that our God is a Father to the fatherless and a protector of widows. We invite you to pray with us.

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A Desperate People, A Caring God

December 15, 2016
Whether we are experiencing poverty or hoping to end it, we are a desperate people. Desperate people who look to Jesus, however, find strength. Christmas reminds us that we didn’t come to Jesus. Jesus came to us.

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From the Gutter to a Family at Brooklyn Teen Challenge

December 14, 2016
Debra Burgos battled a 20-year addiction to alcohol and a 10-year addiction to heroin. Then she found Brooklyn Teen Challenge and the Walter Hoving Home. Now she’s a spiritual mom to those going through the struggles she once did.

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Tithing My Time at The Salvation Army

December 02, 2016
When my husband and I moved to New York for his job, I decided I would tithe my work, so to speak, by volunteering. As worried as we were for the first few months and as crazy as my husband thought I was for volunteering when I “should be getting paid,” God has so perfectly provided these past two years.

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