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Interview with Kevin Haah, Part 2

Kevin Haah, Lead Pastor of New City Church of Los Angeles, was called to start a multi-ethnic, multi-socioeconomic church in downtown LA, where Skid Row and the upwardly mobile loft dwellers converge. But he knew that God was calling him to obedience, not to success. Or rather, that success would be measured in his obedience, even if the task seemed impossible. “The definition of success is not actually the result,...

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Interview with Kevin Haah, Part 1

If you’ve ever wondered if a multi-ethnic, multi-socioeconomic, multi-generational, non-denominational church is anything more than wishful thinking, talk to Kevin Haah. The Lead Pastor of New City Church of Los Angeles, Haah set out on a journey of obedience more than 10 years ago, resulting in a little bit of heaven on earth.  Originally an associate pastor with a Korean American church in LA, Haah was responsible for overseeing urban...

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Propaganda on the Beauty of the Church

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Cedric Nelms on Urban Los Angeles

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Steve Snook on the Westside of Los Angeles

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Propagnda on the Church Coming Together

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Brannin Pitre on TogetherLA

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Michael Mata on Koreatown

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Pray for those who want to leave L.A.

Pray for those who come to Hollywood and get consumed by loneliness, discouragement and fear, and then leave L.A. defeated. For those who leave, it comes down to the same reasons: L.A. is full of transient, superficial people and it’s hard to find friends; the traffic is horrible; people care more about their careers than about each other; it’s too big, too scary, too lonely, and too isolating. We have...

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A Conversation on Integrating our Faith and Work   

It always seems to happen this way. Once Halloween hits, it’s as if California finally gets the memo to cool things down a bit. It was on this particular night, November 1, in the heart of Hollywood, that strangers from near and far and from all walks of life gathered at Reality LA’s Hope Center to discuss the topics of faith & work and how the two are so...

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