October 21, 2016
I was at my usual hangout, the Port Authority Bus Terminal, thinking about how I was going to make it through the day when out of nowhere I heard this voice saying, “YOU DON’T NEED TO BE HERE.” At that moment, I knew God was releasing me from my drug addiction.
October 18, 2016
For the month of October, we’ll be praying for those New Yorkers who are battling with or recovering from addiction. Below are some jumping off points to guide your prayers. Won’t you join us in lifting up these neighbors of ours?
October 13, 2016
Work can be made holy again by prayer—that is, answering back to the God who is here speaking and confronting. What does God have to say about your sacred obligations at work, and how will you pray in response?
October 11, 2016
More than one million New Yorkers struggle with substance use problems, and New York City has among the highest number of people using illicit drugs in the United States. But there is hope, thanks to partners like Brooklyn Teen Challenge who commit to walking alongside our neighbors battling
October 06, 2016
The story of Jacob Riis became very dear to me, not only because I, too, moved to New York from Denmark, but also because I realized how selfish, self-centered, and career-focused a life I was leading.