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Manhattan in 1989 despite his relative lack of experience and after two others had turned down the position. Today the church’s attendance is over 5,000 each week. Christian faith heard during his ministry in New York City. Keller has since continued to write popular books based on his ministry, becoming a well-known figure only toward the end of his career as a pastor. New York City with his wife, Kathy.
They have three sons, David, Michael and Jonathan. Redeemer Presbyterian Church grew from 50 people to a total attendance of over 5,000 people each Sunday as of 2008, leading some to call him “the most successful Christian Evangelist in the city. Redeemer as “one of Manhattan’s most vital congregations”. Asian-American, and has many congregants working in the arts and financial services. Keller often critiques both political parties and avoids taking public stances on political issues, resulting in a politically centrist church. Redeemer Presbyterian Church has also founded Hope for New York, a non-profit organization that sends volunteers and grants to over 40 faith-based ministries serving social needs in New York City, the Center for Faith and Work to train professionals in Christian theology, and Redeemer City to City to train and fund pastors in New York and other cities. On July 1, 2017, Keller stepped down from his role as senior pastor of Redeemer Presbyterian Church.
The move was part of a larger vision to shift his efforts from preaching to training the next generation of church leaders and starting new churches in global cities through Redeemer City to City. The gospel is this: We are more sinful and flawed in ourselves than we ever dared believe, yet at the very same time we are more loved and accepted in Jesus Christ than we ever dared hope. West, including in the academic and cultural establishments, and the need for Christians to contextualize to the current secular and anti-religious cultural climate. He has also critiqued both conservative and liberal politics for having a reductionistic view of the poor, among other things. Attributed partly to his congregation of upwardly mobile Manhattanites, Keller has been a leader in applying Christian theology to secular vocations such as business, art and entrepreneurship.