The hardships that the homeless face in my community has had a tight hold on my heart and conscience ever since I was a kid. During college and in my first few years in New York City, I had opportunities to serve or volunteer, but for many reasons, I did not commit to them.
Who is New York City really for? How does our public school screening system contribute to segregation? Is there anywhere you can you afford a one-bedroom home on minimum wage? You’ll find articles that speak to these questions and more in this month’s Mercy & Justice Round-Up.
We seek to be a people who serve our poor and marginalized neighbors in both word and deed. We put feet to our faith as we tangibly serve our neighbors, and we also go to the Father on their behalf, presenting their needs to Him in prayer. Won't you join us in praying for our hungry neighbors this season?