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

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    Reaching unreached people group communities in New York City.

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

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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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Recent Blog Posts

Realities of NYC

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Living in New York City drains me…but not in the way you’d think. It’s not because I spend hours riding the Metro every day. It’s not because I have to walk everywhere. It’s not because I have to carry my groceries 10 blocks before reaching my apartment. It’s not even because of the honking and […]

Why Not Just Invite Her to Church?

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Last week, I found myself sitting in Sheep Meadow in Central Park—a little, rolling field full of families picnicking and sunbathers. I was there for a gathering of international college students. Sitting across from me was a girl from China. Cho, a petite grad student, was chatting with me about a variety of things—travel, food, […]

Reaching the “Unreached” in NYC

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“Unreached” people in New York City? This is something that I often have to explain to my friends and family. Indeed, there are immigrants and individuals from diaspora communities moving to America (many of whom have lived in the states for years) and have yet to hear the gospel in a way that is understandable […]

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