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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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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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17 May

Have You Ever Felt Not Enough? | Carrie Louer

   Have you ever felt. . .”not enough”?*  I have!  Since I’ve come to New York, and as I have compared myself to the competent and beautiful people I have met here (YOU), I have...

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10 Feb

The Courage to Risk Much to be Fully Known | Daniel Du

Walking to the train one block away from my apartment, I will pass three salons with “Valentine’s Day Specials” for manicures and haircuts. I pop into Duane Reade, and all the pink stuff on aisle...

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22 Dec

The Paradoxes of Christmas

We see that Jesus endured a human birth to give us a new spiritual birth. He occupied a stable that we might occupy a mansion. He had an earthly mother so that we might have...

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15 Dec

Reflections on Christmas Hymns | Suzy Silk

One of my favorites things about the Christmas season are old Christmas hymns. I often find myself wondering why we don't sing these profound lyrics year round! I love singing these words each year, knowing...

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26 May

Being a Self-Differentiated Leader | Carrie Louer

Two years ago at this time, I was smack in the middle of working on my final project for a master’s degree. The topic: Raising Up Leaders in the Millennial Generation for the Shalom (holistic well-being)...

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06 Jan

2015: Be Who You Actually Are | Bekah Stewart

Starting a new year can be such a gift. Making new resolutions creates a fresh opportunity to dream and hope for all that this next year will be. We all know how important setting goals...

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29 Dec

Best of the Blog: 2014

As 2014 draws to a close, our team finds ourselves reflecting on our year in New York City and we are overwhelmed by the grace gifts God has given us in the relationships we have...