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Keeping Us Safe: The Facts on Bail Reform

February 25, 2022

Reducing the number of people in jail and protecting public safety are not contradictory. They are the twin goals of New York’s bail reform law.

Rendering of the Osborne Association's Fulton Community Reentry Center in the Bronx.
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Grantee Spotlight: Osborne Association

February 21, 2022

The Osborne Association is a leading service provider, advocate, and housing developer that works to eradicate housing instability and homelessness for justice-involved and formerly incarcerated people in New York City.

Digital Asset, Reconciliation
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Racial Mythologies: Recognition and Repentance

February 19, 2022

Dr. Greg Garrett of Baylor University offers a workshop called "Racism, Racial Mythologies, and the White Church" on March 5, 2022 at Trinity Church Wall Street.

A wooden carving of an angel playing an instrument
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Five Ways Into Sunday’s Scripture: God’s Way Is Plain

February 10, 2022

Jesus’ instructions reveal a radically new understanding of God’s dream for humanity; power, status, riches, joy, success, and prosperity do not necessarily signify blessing. Instead, “God has exalted the humble.”

A family looks through the worship bulletin together in Trinity Church
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3 Ways Into Sunday’s Stories for Children: God Is Always With Us

February 7, 2022

It can be a hard to try something new, or something that you don’t think you’re good at doing or being. Jesus made sure [his friends] knew that he would be with them, and God is always with us when we’re trying, when we’re making mistakes, and when we’re achieving. 

An exterior shot of an isolation block added to the Birimba Medical complex.
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Grantee Spotlight: Diocese of Rumonge, Burundi

February 7, 2022

The Birimba Medical Clinic project expanded an existing ministry in Burundi to improve healthcare access in a rural community and helped the Diocese of Rumonge to qualify for higher subsidies for their services, thus improving profitability.