New York City, known as the Big Apple, is seeing a big change—a religious transformation that’s seeing more Christian communities and leaders rising and flourishing. In 1989, less than 1 percent of New Yorkers attended church, according to well known church planter Tim Keller, senior pastor of Redeemer Presbyterian Church in Manhattan, as reported by CBN

News. That number has since grown to 5 percent, with a significant increase in just the past five years, Keller noted. When a minority group reaches around 15 percent of the population, it becomes a movement, he said. Once this happens, New York City could be a majority Christian city by the year 2026, according to Keller. READ MORE