This year, Hope for New York turns 25. And to think it all started with a group of young people who, despite their lack of experience or training, responded to the call with a simple, "Let's do it."
The writer of Hebrews says, “Let us consider how to stir up one another to love and good works.” Certainly, serving the poor and marginalized together is one way to encourage one another toward good works and build one another up in Christ.
Pastor Zac Martin reminds us that God has placed us in our home, on our street, in our workplace, and in this city to be ambassadors declaring and displaying that reconciliation is possible. Are you game?
Living in the most populated city in the United States alongside 8.5 million people brings with it a unique set of challenges. This is especially true for children and youth who grow up calling this place home. Find out about some of the struggles our New York City children face each and every day.
HFNY Staff Whitney Edge (pictured on far left) had never ridden more than 15 miles before she rode in the HFNY Charity Bike Ride. Not only did she finish the 25-mile route… but she had a great time while doing it! Here are 5 things she learned.