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Thursday, August 3, 2017

Faith and Foreign Aid

NAE Update


Register Today: NAE Webinar on a Christian Perspective on Health Care 

August 22, 2:00 p.m. EDT
Michelle Kirtley, bioethics and public policy consultant at the Center for Bioethics and Human Dignity, will explore biblical principles that can inform our understanding of current health care policies under debate. The non-partisan webinar is free for NAE members. If you believe you should have received a link to the free registration, contact the NAE office. Otherwise please register at NAE.net/store.

Rich Stearns Talks About

Faith and Foreign Aid

Rich Stearns, president of World Vision U.S., joins NAE President Leith Anderson on Today's Conversation podcast to discuss poverty-focused international aid — what is included in foreign aid, why it's often on the chopping block, what role the goverment should play in relief, and more. Listen in.

Evangelical Leaders Tip 20 Percent

Evangelical leaders are among the top tippers in the country, generally tipping a median of 20 percent when dining at restaurants. A recent CreditCards.com/Princeton study showed that about half of tippers tip between 16 and 20 percent. On the low end, one-in-five customers at dine-in restaurants don’t leave any gratuity at all. Read more.

Support the Justice Declaration

The NAE joined with Prison Fellowship, the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission of the Southern Baptist Convention, the Charles Colson Center for Christian Worldview, and close to 100 Christian leaders to launch the Justice Declaration in mid-June. Read the declaration and add your support.

Member Spotlight: National Network of Youth Ministries

The National Network of Youth Ministries links youth workers for encouragement, spiritual growth and sharing resources, in order to expose every teenager to the gospel of Jesus Christ, establish those who respond in a local church, and disciple them to help reach the world. Learn more.

Article Spotlight: Houses of Worship Do Some Soul-searching as Their Neighborhoods Change 

Religion News Service —  A nearly 90-year-old church now stands across the street from a new luxury apartment complex, illustrating how redevelopment has altered its neighborhood. It also shows that places of worship, like First Baptist Church East Nashville, are not immune to the changes in their communities. Read more.

Event Spotlight: Foundations — Missions Leaders Conference

During the Missio Nexus' Missions Leaders Conference, church and missions leaders will be encouraged and equipped to make disciples of all nations. This is the place for learning and networking within the missions community. The conference will be held September 21-23, 2017, in Dallas. Learn more.

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