Archive for the ‘PKsNY’ Category
I kept my faith in a little box apart from the rest of my life.
From Danceteria to The JCC: ‘70’s child, Rabbi’s daughter Shira Dicker finally had a Bat Mitzvah (party)
A teenager of the 1970s who rebelled against the more conservative Jewish conventions is revisiting the “disco Judaism” of her h.s & college years. From series PKsofNY
Leadership Journal’s articles on PKs.
Journey Everwhere Feature: The youngest evangelists in the country’s Pentecostal churches try to balance the demands of their youth with those of their faith.
Imagine a city run by Preacher’s Kids (PKs). What kind of city do they envision?
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.