Archive for the ‘Queens’ Category
How Flushing’s settlers planted seeds for our religious freedom
Down the beaten path to a mosque that pioneered the establishment of modern Islam in Queens.
What if the anti-immigrant forces have their way? What would New York City faith look like? What happened by 2013 among Brazilian churches gives a clue.
Yamashita looks like trouble. A stocky man who enjoys weight lifting, tattoos, cars, and West Coast hip-hop, 32 year-old Yamashita does not seem like the “religious type.”
PKs experience the city’s manifold diversity as a manifold blessing.
New York City became place where PK & Journey reporter Garrett Kling redefined his faith and here’s how.
The PKs of NY series explored the lives and views Preacher Kids.
Going to church, for me, is like dating again after a long, bad break-up. PKs of NY
The PKs of NY series will explore the lives & views preachers’ kids. The story is told through the voices of a dozen PKs from the 5 boroughs of the city & from different faith backgrounds. First, the PKs of Macedonia Cathedral New Testament Church of God of St. Albans, Queens