Our Urban Voices


“Our Urban Voices” presents Christian narratives through diverse voices that impact urban ministry. We cover everything from churches and church planting efforts, missions and missions organization, evangelism and unreached people groups, emerging movements and initiatives, justice, current events related to faith and the persecuted church, to author interviews and reviews.

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Episode #05 – Pastor Mimsie Robinson is a native New Yorker and native Harlemite who serves as the Missions Pastor of Bethel Gospel Assembly in Harlem, a neighborhood in New […]
Episode #04 – Pastor Jerry began his career as a computer programmer; he founded a not-for-profit and worked on Wall Street as he served at Brooklyn Tabernacle Church, a multi-ethnic […]
Episode #03 – George Russ serves a diverse group of Baptist churches in New York City, helping them to stay on mission and multiply Episode Summary: George Russ, a native […]
Episode #02 – Chris Clayman went from Austin, Texas to England and Mali in order to get to the mission field in New York City. Episode summary: Chris Clayman, Associate […]
Episode #01 – Pastor Boto Joseph’s journey from India led him to ministry in ‘Little India’ in Jackson Heights, Queens—the most ethnically diverse community in New York City. Episode summary: […]




In "Our Urban Voices" we highlight evangelism and missions workshops, training sessions, missions and outreach seminars, and talks by some of the best in the urban missions field with innovative ideas and proven techniques that have given birth to some of the most fruitful evangelism and church planting movements. Coming Soon.