Archive for the ‘Evangelicals’ Category
A migrant’s memories become a mirror for New Yorkers. Newcomers are a major source of religious, economic and cultural innovation in the city. Part 5 in the series Jesus the New Yorker
A view from Amsterdam
Mayor De Blasio’s inauguration poet mixes activism with Jesus. Part 4 in the series Jesus the New Yorker.
How Midwesterner Mac Pier turned on a power system for evangelical churches. Part 3 in series “Jesus the New Yorker”
A chrononological sidebar to “Jesus the New York Jew” in series “Jesus the New Yorker”
In the 1960s and 1970s spiritual seekers did what massive numbers of New Yorkers fed up with bad government and negative social trends were doing—they left the city and later came back to help the spiritual renewal of the city. Part 2 of series “Jesus the New Yorker”
Part 1 of series “Jesus the New Yorker” on the remarkable resurrection of the evangelical Christians all over New York City
If you want to give a quirky, intriguing present to people who love urban sleuthing, this is it.
Excerpt from the new book Aliens in the Promised Land. Why minority leadership is overlooked in White Christian churches & institutions.
Help us fill in the details of the National Archives release of Documerica’s 1970s photos of NYC.