January 11, 2018
Being an authentic neighbor is both a challenge to move physically closer in proximity to those who are different from us and a challenge to align our heart with the heart of God, who cares deeply for those who have been marginalized.
January 05, 2018
It's a new year, but we're back again this month with our round-up of articles, podcasts, and videos that have us thinking lately—including a talk on the gentrification of Christianity, an interactive city map of student homelessness, and an article on the hurdles to school desegregation.
December 18, 2017
As this year comes to a close, I’m more expectant and hopeful than ever about how God is bringing restoration to our city. We at Hope for New York are celebrating his faithfulness in the form of our volunteers, affiliates, churches, and financial supporters.
December 14, 2017
In a place like West Harlem, we are called to live in such a way that we’re not contributing to the displacement of our neighbors who have been here for decades, but rather uplifting, learning from, and together building.
December 13, 2017
Wolfie Bright spent his life following other people, which led him to drugs, homelessness, and time in a nursing home. But God used Dustee, founder of Gifted Hands, to restore him to the Mr. Bright he was meant to be.