Experience Life "On This Side of the Wall"

Experience Life "On This Side of the Wall"

For the past year, Urban Hope's Destin Johnson and Brandon Hudson have been bonding over the Bible, music, and making an impact on the next generation of Walltown youth. As lovers of hip hop, they knew making an album would be a powerful way to capture their journey together. So come and experience the heart, rhythm and vibe of On This Side of the Wall, Volume 1.

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Now the Work of Christmas Begins

Now the Work of Christmas Begins

Listen to what our young heroes believe it means to engage in the work of Christmas and make a donation to Urban Hope as we continue to live that out in 2018 and beyond...

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This #GivingTuesday Make Room for Young Heroes

This #GivingTuesday Make Room for Young Heroes

This #GivingTuesday support Urban Hope as we make room for young adults, like Demicheal and Jennifer, who are using their gifts to make room for the next generation of Walltown youth!

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Black to the Future of the Kingdom of God

Black to the Future of the Kingdom of God

At our 2017 Urban Hope Summer Camp Banquet, the campers from our theatre elective performed a play written and directed by third year counselor, Marchelle Huggins, entitled, Black to the Future. Discover how the courageous vulnerability displayed on the stage echoed what we experienced in the camp itself and how our young people may help us imagine a future beyond white supremacy.

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Young Leaders Take Power Trip to DC

Young Leaders Take Power Trip to DC

During spring break, the Urban Hope Young Leaders Group took a "Power Trip" to Washington, DC, seeking to experience the power in our history, vocation, education, community, spirituality, and play. They say a picture is worth a thousand words, so we've shared a few as a meditation on the power we discovered. Check it out and ask yourself where you find power in your life...

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As We Proceed, Walltown Forever

As We Proceed, Walltown Forever

As young people from Walltown have come to believe that the neighborhood is not someplace to reject but rather is a place they can reside in and return to, they have faced an enormous challenge in gentrification. Discover how Urban Hope turned to the late Walltown legend, Jay Lynn Alexander, to make a difference and how what they have learned about raising up indigenous leaders can shape conversations in communities across the country.

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In 2017: Be Humble, Be Kind & Don't Waste Your Time

In 2017: Be Humble, Be Kind & Don't Waste Your Time

As we look forward to 2017, the young heroes of Urban Hope are asking three questions: 1) How will you be more humble?, 2) Who will you be more kind to?, and 3) What will you stop wasting your time on? Watch how they responded, reflect on the questions for yourself and share the video to inspire others. 

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