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19 Apr

Importance of Remembering | Suzy Silk

Later this week, Jewish people all across the world will be celebrating the holiday of Passover. This holiday commemorates the Exodus from Egypt and the many ways in which God rescued and redeemed His chosen...

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14 Apr

Confronting Powerlessness | Daniel Du

 I recently enjoyed a short but much needed weekend reunion with some of my old friends from college when I flew to Texas for a wedding. We got to reminisce and celebrate together. I got...

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22 Mar

Asking the Question of Worth | Adrienne Minor

This city has a way of making you question a lot of things about yourself. In a sea of highly talented, highly successful people, it leaves you wondering if and how you measure up. Honestly,...

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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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08 Dec

Running to the Father | Lauren Schroeder

Last week, my beloved dog Sadie almost died.  A huge part of my heart, if dissected, would probably have that big beast’s name on it. This is the dog that I’ve hiked and swam and...

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17 Jun

What’s Happening in Me as Others Leave the City | David Robbins

I’ve only lived here two and a half years … but it has begun. Friends who have become dear, co-workers I love, best friends of my kids, and leaders that I respect are moving out...

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04 Feb

Redeeming Your Daily Commute | Suzy Silk

A friend of mine used to work in NYC among one of the people groups in our city who are the most closed to the gospel. And yet, in his five years here, Mark saw on...

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28 Jan

Resting in the Performance of Another | Eric Gravelle

I was getting ready for bed one evening last week and suddenly felt an intense desire to spend some time in prayer.  I wish I could say that my prayer life is consistently strong and that...

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21 Jan

The Necessity of Re-knowing | Sarah Jane Shanks

I don't like to hear things I already know.  At least, I think I know them. When I hear something I’ve heard before, my know-it-all self interrupts, waving her hand, saying, "Yeah, yeah. I know, I know” …as if...