Finding the Light (Again)



By Rae Printy Have you ever asked “God, where are you? Do you really exist? Do you love me?” It is this struggle with faith and doubt that poet and author Christian Wiman came to the W83 Ministry Center to discuss recently as part of the release of his latest poetry collection, Survival is a Style. Wiman is the author of several books, including two memoirs, My Br...

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COVID-19 Resources


*If you would like to contribute to this list of resources, please email us: [email protected]   Ways to Help Hope for New York has made a comprehensive list of all urgent needs for its partners across the city. This includes donations and volunteer needs for outreach. The City of New York is looking for donations, volunteers, and partners to support the C...

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Through Rich Gospel Community, God Shapes Our Work



By Katrina Miles G'19 I've lived all over the country and the world. I’ve lived in NYC for almost 20 years. NYC is my home. I work in technology, specifically in global tech implementation. Working and living in NYC is special, if not an intentional act of insanity: it's expensive, loud, crowded, and segregated. Some days I wake up and feel like choosing to live h...

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Can You Grow on your Own?



By Mary B. Safrit It was midnight, far past when I should have stopped paying attention to my phone. Alone in my apartment, I watched Netflix from my couch--an introvert’s ideal Friday. My phone screen lit up on the coffee table, and I checked it compulsively. It was an email from a magazine that sponsored a competition I had submitted a story to. My breath caught as I franti...

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CFW Survey

At the Center for Faith & Work, we greatly value your input and want to hear from you about programming that would help you integrate your faith and work. Please click here to fill out a brief survey to help us better serve you and partner with you in the coming year.  Questions? Email us at [email protected]

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Moms, Marchers, and Managers: Priests All Three

By Matthew Kaemingk A cobbler, a smith, a peasant—each has the work and office of his trade, and yet they are all alike consecrated priests and bishops. —Martin Luther You will be for me a kingdom of priests . . . —Exodus 19:6 Does this little job matter? There is a moment—and it comes for all of us—when, at the end of a long week, we begin ...

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