By Rebecca Van Noord

When Tim Keller planted Redeemer Presbyterian Church in New York City in 1989,

it began with a prayer group of 15 in a city that reportedly had less than one percent of people attending a gospel-believing church.1 By 2017, the year Keller stepped down as senior pastor, Redeemer had become a thriving church of over 5,000 regular attendees in three worship locations across the city.


Prophecies of Hope and Renewal after Exile

On the new Bible Study Magazine Podcast, Kevin Vanhoozer talks about the power of the Christian story