NYC International Project

  • Equip

    Growing organic church planters who will learn and practice the values and principles of church expansion.

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  • Jisru

    Reaching unreached people group communities in New York City.

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  • Campus

    Operating on several well-known campuses, we have established ministries that are reaching out to hundreds of internationals.

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  • Seed Weeks 2015

    Come and help NYCIP find "People of Peace" among the unreached and diaspora communities of NYC!
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  • CIU Partnership

    Serve with us in NYC and get a Master's Degree from Columbia International University! Interested?
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Reaching Internationals to Reach the World

Welcome to NYC International Project! We are a team and a community of believers who have a passion to see God’s name glorified among nations. We desperately want to see the name of Jesus exalted among the unreached people groups of the world. Thank you for exploring this site and joining with us in this passion.

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  • Equip

    Equip photoOur year long training for church planters to develop the organic DNA for church multiplication movements.

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  • Stories

    Stories photoPhotos, video and stories about our work in New York City and beyond.

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  • Get Involved

    Get involved photoDiscover ways you can make an impact!

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Recent Blog Posts

A Time for Everything…


A little while ago, I wrote a moderately pretentious paper on Open Theism for our Systematic Theology class in which I argued the following: “for God, the future is as much the present as the present is. Indeed, God looks back on the future as if it were the past”. I’ll leave the scholars amongst […]

A Buddhist who Loves Jesus

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When Sasha walked into the restaurant, heads turned. She wore a stylish black coat, ripped jeans and wedges. Long, black hair fell around her face, under a trendy fedora hat. Right away, my friend Sarah and I could tell that the younger girls we were eating with all admired her. Sasha joined us at our […]

Diaspora Dilemma: Tied to the Faith of Their Fathers?

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“My Mom’s got a Buddha at home, so I’m not sure I will study the Bible or not.” – Emily This was the response I got from Emily, one of the girls in my English Conversation Group, when I asked her if she wanted to study the Bible with me. We had met one-on-one earlier […]

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