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$1.2 trillion dollars — the national “Halo Effect” of faith-based organizations

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The effect of religion isn’t only intangible. It’s measurable too.

The Health Crises in Bushwick, Brooklyn and the perils of secularism

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Take a look at the common interests of faith-based groups and hospitals in the medical crises in Bushwick

The rest of the faith-based story in the social welfare of Flushing

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HINGE: Everyday life in Flushing becomes easier and cheaper with life turnarounds through religious faith.

Assessing the “Halo Effect” in Flushing

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HINGE: the faith-based organizations contribute on behalf of each Flushing area taxpayer about $513 worth of social services to the poor and needy.

Path-breaking research on the faith-based factor in Flushing’ social welfare

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HINGE: For the first time in Flushing’s history, an estimate of the value of the contributions by faith-based organizations to social welfare in Flushing

The $124 million dollar faith bonanza in Flushing, Queens

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HINGE: on the average, each religious congregation or ministry contributes $268,202 of money, time, and space to compassionate efforts to help the poor, the needy, and downtrodden.

The Restaurant

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The biggest Thanksgiving meal in NYC is at The Bowery Mission.

“And Sign of our Times” for Thanksgiving

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A sign of our times is the millions of people out of their homes.

Evidence of New Yorkers’ heart after the #election2016

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“Everybody can be great,” said Martin Luther King, Jr., “because anybody can serve. You don’t have to have a college degree to serve. You don’t have to make your subject and verb agree to serve. You only need a heart full of grace. A soul generated by love.”

Justice by Roderick Caesar III

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A rap poem on what keeps justice beautiful.

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