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The Preacher Kids of New York

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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

Easter is Coming to Jamaica, Queens

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Noon-time fasting & prayer service at Bethany Baptist Church

My Mom was called by the Holy Spirit in Hollis, Queens. Part 1

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Video feature on a mother and son working together at True Worship Church of Christ in Hollis, Queens.

The Conversator

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“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.”

The Tree of Hopes, Dreams and Inspirations in St. Albans, Queens

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Symbolic art at Oneness Pentecostal Tabernacle

Sunday in Jamaica, Queens

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Prayer, African roots, children, bake sales, 93 year old church mother

NY Times joins A Journey in Jamaica, Queens!

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Mapping religious life in 5 boroughs

Fashion in Church, Jamaica, Queens

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The youth of Bethany Baptist Church put together a modestware fashion show in Jamaica, Queens called “A World of Difference.” They follow a long tradition of fashion shows in African American churches.

God Bless Barbershop & Hair Salon, Jamaica, Queens

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Other faith-based barbershops: The King’s Chambers Barbershop Buddha’s Barbershop Blessed Barbershop

Cutting hair is like a benediction

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Francisco Ajpop and his four brothers–Atoniel, Samuel, Rolando, Cornelio, Rogelio–speak Christianity in an Indian dialect that goes back to the Incas. They grew up in a Christian family in Guatemala but wandered. Atoniel says that when he became 18, “I started thinking more as a person, an adult.” The brothers decided to band together to […]