Tuesday, September 5, 2017

NAE Condemns White Supremacy

NAE Update


NAE Condemns White Supremacy

The NAE mourns over the senseless violence that took place in Charlottesville, Virginia, last month. After the weekend events, we issued a statement condemning white supremacy and joining Christians throughout the nation in praying for the families who lost loved ones and for healing in our country. Read our statement.

Tithe Need Not Only Go to Local Church

The majority of evangelical leaders (76 percent) say that it is acceptable for Christians who tithe 10 percent to give part of that 10 percent to ministries outside the local church, according to the July Evangelical Leaders Survey. Learn More.

Being a Money-wise Christian

Brad Hewitt, president and CEO of Thrivent Financial, joins NAE President Leith Anderson on Today's Conversation podcast to discuss how to be a money-wise christian. Brad guides listeners through biblical principles and practical tips for making wise financial decisions. Listen in.

NAE Webinar on a Christian Perspective on Health Care 

Our most recent webinar is now available for purchase. Michelle Kirtley, bioethics and public policy consultant at the Center for Bioethics and Human Dignity, explores biblical principles that can inform our understanding of current health care policies under debate. Watch the webinar.

Brownback Nominated for Religious Freedom Post 

The NAE commends President Donald Trump for nominating a strong candidate to the position of Ambassador-at-Large for International Religious Freedom, a position that serves as the principal advisor on international religious freedom to both the president and the secretary of state. Read more.

Member Spotlight: Convoy of Hope

Convoy of Hope brings help and hope to those who are impoverished, hungry and hurting. The Convoy of Hope Disaster Response team is providing relief to the Houston area, distributing more than $1 million in emergency supplies to communities affected by severe flooding. Learn more.

Article Spotlight: We Need Immigrants With Skill. But Working Hard is a Skill. 

By Sen. Jeff Flake
The New York Times — Someone recently said, “When Mexico sends its people, they’re not sending their best.” The man who said that never met Manuel Chaidez. Manuel was just 16 when he made it from Sonora, Mexico, to the F-Bar, my family’s ranch outside the town of Snowflake, in Northern Arizona. Read more.


Event Spotlight: Christian Student Leadership Conference

Registration is open! We invite college students who care deeply about today's pressing issues to join us for a week in Washington, D.C. This conference is the place to learn how to engage in public policy and be an effective and faithful leader for the future. The conference will be held January 22-26, 2018. Learn more.

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