FaithStreet’s co-founder and CEO, Sean Coughlin, was on the scene live-tweeting and taking photos as Sally Quinn, founding editor of OnFaith, and Washington Post columnist David Ignatius interviewed President Jimmy Carter “A Call To Action: Women, Religion, Violence, and Power.” President Carter talked about the discrimination against women around
Bethany Jenkins, President and Founder of The Park Forum [http://theparkforum.wordpress.com/] (@theParkForum) [https://twitter.com/#!/theparkforum], reflects on her journey to New York City and how Timothy and Kathy Keller’s “The Meaning of Marriage” [http://timothykeller.com/books/the_meaning_of_marriage/] speaks to both married people
In this Leaders Speak installment, FaithStreet superstar intern Anna Wilhelm ( @AnnaBee8 [https://twitter.com/#!/annabee8]) interviews Pastor Chris Travis ( @ChrisTravisNYC [https://twitter.com/#!/ChrisTravisNYC]) of Everyday Christian Church [http://everydaycc.com/], a new church plant in Upper Manhattan. Pastor Travis talks about being called to NYC, the struggles and rewards
*FaithStreet guest writer Caleb Galaraga sat down with Pastor Adam Burt of Morning Star New York [http://www.faithstreet.com/newyork/morningstarnewyorkwestside] to talk about MSNY’s goals, the challenges churches face in reaching New Yorkers, the influence of 9-11-01 on his life, and much more. * Interview by Caleb Galaraga
**Pastor Benjamin Spalink of [City Grace Church](http://www.citygrace.com) gives a thoughtful perspective on the [Barna Group’s finding](http://blog.faithstreet.com/re-the-barna-groups-report-on-faith-in-nyc-si "NYC_Pastor_On_9/11") that spiritual activity in NYC has significantly increased since September 11, 2001. **Considering the horrors that have been accomplished
FaithStreet [http://www.faithstreet.com]sat down with Lisa Sharon Harper, founding member and Executive Director of New York Faith & Justice [http://nyfaithjustice.org/]. We discussed how social justice work is in the evangelical Christian’s DNA, how Lisa has seen the church in NYC become more united in the
As the news of Bin Laden’s death streamed in last night, FaithStreet followed the reactions of many Christian leaders in New York City via Twitter including Eric Metaxas, Carl Lentz, Scott Sauls and many more. Their reactions reflect the thoughtfulness and diversity of the Christian community in New York
Here’s the third interview in our FaithStreet Leaders Speak series, a series of interviews with Christian leaders in New York City. This week we* interviewed Rev. John Merz, Priest at the Episcopal Church of the Ascension in Greenpoint. (We’ll be breaking Rev. Merz’s interview into two installments.