It was a great month last October. We continued our discussion on why we think "journey" is one of the master themes for this generation.
We also kicked off our series on religion in Crown Heights, Brooklyn, which was a finalist for the award for in-depth reporting given by the Religious Newswriters Association.
Finally, our reporter Pauline Dolle put her finger on a shift of focus by NYC evangelical churches from power politics to community organizing through the creation of micro-networks.
If you didn't catch those articles with their striking photos, insightful graphs, you can now! You can also subscribe below to our monthly newsletter that provides additional material not on our website.
Thank you for reading, watching listening, sharing, commenting on social media, and telling friends about what we do. It means so much to have you as a fellow Journeyer!
Why we JOURNEY. No. 3. Journeying through the peoples of New York City
Religious riches of Crown Heights, Brooklyn. 250 religious sites provide 52 million dollars of social services this year.
Mosque is an oasis in Crown Heights, Brooklyn. At the corner of Nostrand Ave & Park Pl, a transcendent smell of burning incense & the soft murmur of prayers takes you away from the world of bustle.
Tackling hunger in Crown Heights with fruits and vegetables. The food pantry of Shiloh Seventh Day Adventist Church on Eastern Parkway provides over $1 million a year in social welfare to Crown Heights residents.
The future is Micro-Networks. A global evangelical gathering wants churches to shift the focus from power politics to community organizing.