Tag Archives: Tim Keller

Redeemer Changes 
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Redeemer Presbyterian Church in New York City takes a strategic turn this summer. Beginning July 1, the church embarks on a large-scale vision aimed at growing the body of Christ from 5 percent of New York’s center-city population to 15 …

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Course

Keller Shifts from Preaching to Teaching

“I will move into teaching and mentoring leaders for urban ministry. This role is crucial going forward because the greatest shortage and need is leaders, not just money.”

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The Centrality of Everyday Work

By perpetuating a secular/sacred divide that elevates the “spiritual” work of Sunday over the “secular” work of the rest of the week, the church has, on occasion, reinforced a view that God doesn’t care about our work. At the same time, a movement within the church is spotlighting the centrality of work and promoting a Gospel-centered view of work as integral to our Christian faith.

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