Posts Tagged ‘Tim Keller’
A global evangelical gathering wants churches to shift the focus from power politics to community organizing.
A view from Amsterdam
Part 1 of series “Jesus the New Yorker” on the remarkable resurrection of the evangelical Christians all over New York City
Board Chairman Pieter Dearolf announced without explanation that there were “significant differences” between the board and its president.
Joel R. Rivera’s race for the city council seat in Fifteenth District of the Bronx is one of the hottest and most watched contests in the borough.
Pastors have their own brand of insider humor, just like doctors, lawyers, accountants and other skilled professionals. The same is true for the missionaries, researchers and pastors who plant churches. Thus, Ed Stetzer once heard a veteran missions professor tell the following bittersweet joke at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Fort Worth, Texas. It went […]
The churches near World Trade Towers in New York City were shaken but were able to give immediate sanctuary in “the Belly of the Beast.”
At 9:01am Tuesday morning a federal agent rang, saying, “Turn on your television. I’ve got to go.”
After visiting so many new evangelical churches, Tammy Wong’s question is, how did this tremendous change come about? In 1975 there were only ten or so evangelical churches in Manhattan Center City (below 96th Street on the East Side and 125th Street on the West Side) that served English speaking professionals like her. By 2010 […]
Tammy next explored the East Side, coming back through Chinatown and the Lower East Side first. She visited the Primitive Christian Church on East Broadway which has a new ministry to second generation Hispanics. In the 1970s it burned down causing Marcos Rivera to leave his job with IBM to rebuild the church. He was […]