Archive for the ‘Faith-based business’ Category
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 […]
The electric hair clippers extend like they are a scepter. Here, the customer can relax and be taken care of like a prince.
From Business Insider: What to say when the hiring manager asks about your religion in a job interview
Complaints against religious discrimination on the workplace or in the classroom are rising at record rates. How can you protect yourself from one of the most discriminatory queries of all is, “Which religion do you practice?”
Try out this delicious recipe from chef Henny Wong of Last Rain Ministry Church in Elmhurst, Queens!
Many spas combine physical renewal & an Eastern or New Age spirituality. Soluna Holitic Spa also draws upon Puerto Rican & African spiritualities.
Meeting with former Journeyer Chris, we randomly picked out this Indonesian restaurant, and of course, it turned out to be a faith-based business! Our host goes to Bethel Church. Lunch special is a tasty bargain! 86-10 Justice Ave, near intersection of Broadway and Queens Blvd.
Giving advice on life at Gold Mohur Boutique
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 an Easter attitude.
Pomegranate looks like any island of upscale consumerism, but deep down it is based on a countercultural understanding of how life should work.