Archive for the ‘Faith-based business’ Category
Are New York City religions contributing to the city’s booming start-up scene? Can Manhattan’s Silicon Alley rival Silicon Valley for faith-inspired enterprise?
Hat shop with a spiritual attitude.
Pomegranate looks like any island of upscale consumerism, but deep down it is based on a countercultural understanding of how life should work.
Our NYC Dream mini-series starts today. Coming up: Dreams in an African American church; and The Power of Dreams in the Bible!
Yesterday, at Malchijah’s Hats on Atlantic Avenue in Crown Heights, they were busy designing fancy head ware for Easter morning.
Ahmed and Judy Ba are busy designing and making carefully embroidered, African-influenced fashion for Easter.
The deepest life comes when your arms are around the poor at a moment of need. That is why organizations like The Bowery Mission is the address for the true meaning of New York City: a city of the deeper life; the more compassionate life; a city in which the least of us counts even [...]
Jewel Jones loves baking. He can talk someone’s ear off about how moist (but not too moist), and how sweet (but not too sweet) the perfect baked treat needs to be. Most of all, he likes it when it is slightly warm to the touch, not right out of the oven but a couple of [...]
Talk in an iron worker’s hands gets right to the point. “Why is my business named ‘Grace Iron Works’?,” reflected its owner Leon Salmon of Jamaica, Queens. “I am lost without purpose. God gave me a gift to do this.” Salmon’s small company has done steel work for post offices, iron grills and steel gates [...]