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So Long New York: American Bible Society Heads to PhillySubscriber Access Only
(UPDATED) A year after putting its iconic building on the market, ABS exits the Big Apple after nearly two centuries.
No Worship Services in Public Schools, New York Mayor Tells Supreme CourtSubscriber Access Only
(UPDATED) Bill de Blasio campaigned on the promise of letting churches rent school space. Now he’s asking the Supreme Court to prohibit it.
Singer in the CitySubscriber Access Only
An enchanting voice out of New York’s Redeemer Church, Melanie Penn finds herself in her music, her church, and her city.
NYC Pastors Repay $1.2 Million Diverted from 9/11, Hurricane Katrina DonationsSubscriber Access Only
Husband and wife agree to reimburse church after using funds 'as their personal bank.'
NYC Explosion Leaves One-Third of Spanish Christian Church HomelessSubscriber Access Only
(UPDATED) Tragedy kills seven, destroys two apartment buildings in Spanish Harlem—including church celebrating 80th year.
American Bible Society Selects Bible Translator as New PresidentSubscriber Access Only
Roy Peterson has led The Seed Company and Wycliffe USA; now he’s heading to Manhattan.
Getting New Yorkers to Hear the Word
How Bethany Jenkins's daily devotionals kickstart common-good Christianity in NYC.
Meet the Christian Reporter Climbing the Ladder at The New York TimesSubscriber Access Only
How faith informs the award-winning work of Michael Luo.
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C.S. Lewis's Pen Pal, Kathy KellerSubscriber Access Only
Keller's childhood correspondence with the revered author led her to Christian faith.
New Yorkers seek to stop 'Jesus' prayer at town councilSubscriber Access Only
(UPDATED) Supreme Court today hears oral arguments in Greece v. Galloway, historic legislative prayer case.
Tim Keller Defends Doug Birdsall, 'Perplexed and Grieved' over Bible Society FiringSubscriber Access Only
(UPDATED) American Bible Society tells Keller, Leighton Ford, Skip Ryan and others not to disrespect either side.
What Does it Mean to Be Healthy? John Swinton on Down Syndrome, Shalom, and Medicine
Professor John Swinton "The most hedonistic, intellectually astute athlete can be ill and in need of healing (restoration to right relationship with God) and the most deeply impaired individuals can be healthy and indeed beautiful."
Flooded by a Storm, Then by Grace
The superstorm almost destroyed our home. What happened afterward shocked me.
How Church Unity Overcame Hurricane Sandy
A look at Staten Island one year after the storm.
Fox News' Highly Reluctant Jesus Follower
Of all people surprised that I became an evangelical Christian, I'm the most surprised.
A Christian Covers the World's Longest Cocktail Party
An interview with Kelly Crow, who has reported on the contemporary art world for 'The Wall Street Journal' since 2006.
A Modern Dancer Embraces Motherhood
How NYC choreographer Elizabeth Dishman has thrived doing both.
Church Hunting? There's an App for That
How Sean Coughlin and the FaithStreet team are getting Americans into the pews.
Mentoring Mohammed: How Loving Schools Saves Souls
The story of a former pharisee turned public school champion.
Bringing Scripture to Life in New York's Arts Scene
How Jonathon Roberts and Emily Clare Zempel are creating the largest multidisciplinary illuminated Bible.
Syrian Christians Brave Insecurity to Stay Behind and Help
Syrian Christians Brave Insecurity to Stay Behind and Help
Preemptive Love’s Jeremy Courtney says despite the Turkey deal, “This crisis shows no sign of letting up, and we can’t either.”
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