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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Recent Blog Posts

Kingdom Jumper


Huddled on a bench in a New York park in the New York cold were two friends, called by God. They’d chosen a spot close by an Asian man and quickly and deliberately brought religious matters to the fore. It’s not long before the Asian man politely takes his leave, but his friend, Niphon, lingers. […]

Giving Our Xièxie


How did you give thanks this year? Four days before Thanksgiving, to the sound of some slightly premature Christmas Crosby and the smell of never-too-soon turkey, we whispered our thanks to God for the 30 international students crammed into our tiny apartment. After a semester of English Conversation Classes that had morphed into Discovery Bible […]

Disciple to Conversion

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I’m sure many of you think that the title of this post must be incorrect. Disciple to conversion? Aren’t people discipled after they place their faith in Christ and not before? I know if I had read this post’s title a year ago, I would have thought the same thing. I used to think that […]

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