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14 Feb

Ordinary Intentionality: Public Spaces | David Robbins

Recently, we gathered 50 millennials living in New York City to explore the desires and dreams God has already placed in our hearts. In the room were difference makers from different boroughs, different churches, different...

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10 Feb

Ordinary Intentionality, Part 1 | David Robbins

“The most ground-breaking missional excavating is in the unattractive details of our rhythmic ongoing lives.”  - Dan White Jr. Ever since I was a little kid, I have dreamed about making a significant difference in the...

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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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14 Jan

Mmm yeah, about those Resolutions … Be who you 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 and creating...

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25 Nov

Shepherds and 5th Graders | Kelly Sharpe (Brooklyn elementary teacher)

“I think I was in a funk last night.” My roommate nodded. “You were in a funk last night.” The sky was growing light outside the kitchen window. I let the water run to warm, squirting soap...

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19 Nov

The Disorder of Daily LIfe | David Robbins

When I moved to New York City I knew it would be impossible to be stagnant in my own character growth and faith process. I knew the city would push the internal needle in my...

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29 Oct

What I Learned from My Boy & His Bully | Meg Robbins

My 7 year old came up to me at the park the other day and said, “Mom, it’s horrible! I have a bully now!” Well, of course I wanted Ford to point this kid out...

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21 Oct

Accurate Self-Assessment | Paul David Tripp

Sin lives in a costume, that’s why it’s so hard to recognize. The fact that sin looks so good is one of the things that make it so bad.  In order for it to do its evil...

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08 Oct

The Margin to Love Others | Suzy Silk

On Friday morning I was hurriedly walking back and forth through the lobby of my apartment building trying to load my rental car with luggage. My husband was standing outside watching the car, and I...