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25 Jan

Embracing the Relational Tension that Proceeds Growth | Carrie Louer

She tells the story differently than I. Still, the encounter, even with nuanced details, served to put us both on a trajectory of radical life change. Her skin was black, her heart red-hot for Jesus....

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20 Jan

Returning and Rest | Kelsey Dunn

Okay confession, last year was the first time I had ever heard the phrase new year, new you…and I definitely embraced it with lofty plans for 2016.   Day one, great. Day two, a moldy...

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07 Dec

Stewarding Privilege Like Jesus | Cody Dunn

I had hardly considered the idea of privilege before moving to New York a little over three years ago. Though I was the eldest son of an upper middle class white family that had the...

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07 Dec

One Month Later: Will We Respond and Seek to Restore the Division | Kelsey Dunn?

This article is about Jesus and our hearts in light of the election (not politics itself). Also, I’ll specifically be addressing my fellow brothers and sisters in Christ aka the Church. If that’s not you,...

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06 Dec

We Were All Made for More | Elizabeth Hobafcovich

If you live in New York, you are well acquainted with the issue of homelessness. Such a complex social issue- colored with addiction, domestic violence, and mental illness. I cannot seem to shake the conviction...

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05 Nov

What I am Learning as I Learn About Diversity | Adreinne Minor

God has been teaching me a lot about diversity over the past year. I am convinced that God’s heart is for diversity. Not only did He create each person uniquely, but as image-bearers of Him,...

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19 Oct

Prophetic Lament | Suzy Silk

In the millennials network of Cru, we talk often about three words: thriving, unleashing, and flourishing. These words summarize what we want as Millenials in NYC -- we want to thrive and grow in our...

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21 Sep

Do we care? | Scotty Moore

Guest Post by Scotty Moore, Millennials staff of Cru Orlando   “I don’t have to “wait for the facts” in order to lament, mourn, & weep over the murder of #TerranceCrutcher & neither should you.” – D.A. Horton Would...

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22 Jul

Agents of Hope | Suzy Silk

Note: This post was first written a few years ago. In the context of recent events, it is just as applicable today. Our lives and our city are often full of sorrow, disappointment, injustice, pain,...

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24 Jun

Hate to Wait | Jessica Gravelle

Do you hate to wait? I know I do. It’s hard to wait and very easy to lose patience in the process. I tend to get impatient when waiting for trivial things like my order at Starbucks or a delayed...