Tuesday, November 7, 2017

Evangelicals Can Have Different Views on Creation

NAE Update

Register Today: NAE Webinar on Managing Technology in the Family

November 8, 2:00 p.m. EST

In this live webinar, Andy Crouch, past executive editor of Christianity Today, will offer principles on how to manage technology in the family with examples of how these principles played out in his family. The 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

Understanding Islam From an Evangelical Perspective

What do Muslims really believe? How is the Islamic community organized? Does the Qu’ran call for religious extremism? Today’s Conversation podcast with NAE President Leith Anderson and Joseph Cumming, pastor of the International Church at Yale University, covers these questions and more. Listen in.

Evangelicals Can Have Different Views on Creation, Leaders Say

Ninety percent of evangelical leaders say it is acceptable for evangelicals to have different views regarding the origin of the earth so long as they maintain that God is the creator, according to the September Evangelical Leaders Survey. Read more.

Denominational Executives Retreat

The NAE's annual Denominational Executives Retreat will be held at the end of the month. Please pray that it would be a meaningful time together as they learn from and encourage one another in their unique positions of ministry. Learn more.

Pre-order Your Bible Reading Guides

Thru the Bible Reading Guide is a checklist of daily Scripture readings. For over a decade, churches across the nation have used this guide to help their members make God's Word part of their every day. The guides come in packages of 50, 250 and 500 copies, discounted accordingly. Order now.

Member Spotlight: Denver Seminary

Denver Seminary is diverse in thought and practice of faith, with almost 900 students representing over 50 denominations. It has campuses in Denver, Washington, D.C., and West Texas and has recently launched several fully online degrees. Learn more.

Article Spotlight: Christian Faith Communities are Often on the Front Lines of Mental Health Care

Vox — Growing up in Birmingham, Alabama, Steve Austin had no idea how to explain what was going on inside his brain. In his evangelical church, he said, everything was “black and white.” If he couldn’t shake off the feelings of depression he had, it meant he wasn’t praying hard enough. Read more.


Event Spotlight: Leadership for the Future

Registration is open for the NAE's Christian Student Leadership Conference! 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. The conference will be held January 22-26, 2018. Learn more.

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