March 26, 2015
What People Look for in Churches

Evangelical Leaders Survey

Americans evaluate churches based on their friendliness, children’s programs, worship music, sermons and pastors, according to the February Evangelical Leaders Survey. U.S. evangelical leaders were asked to list three criteria that Americans prioritize when choosing a church. While there was a variety of answers, 80 percent of the responses fell into the categories of friendliness (19 percent), children’s programs (19 percent), worship music (16 percent), sermons (14 percent) and pastors (12 percent).
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March 10, 2015
NAE Stands With Persecuted Church

Press Release

At its semiannual meeting on March 5, the Board of Directors of the National Association of Evangelicals (NAE) expressed collective grief and profound concern for the suffering of Christians around the world. “Our brothers and sisters in Christ are being persecuted, uprooted from their ancestral homes, and even martyred because of their faith,” the motion states.
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March 10, 2015
Motion on Persecuted Church
The National Association of Evangelicals, meeting in Atlanta on March 5, 2015, expresses our collective grief and profound concern for the suffering of Christians around the world. Our brothers and sisters in Christ are being persecuted, uprooted from their ancestral homes, and even martyred because of their faith.
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February 25, 2015
Publicly Praying Alongside Non-Christians

Evangelical Leaders Survey

Over half of evangelical leaders (59 percent) said they would publicly pray at events involving those of different religions, and 41 percent said it would depend. No one answered no to the January Evangelical Leaders Survey question, “Would you accept invitations to publicly pray at events involving clergy or leaders of non-Christian religions?”
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February 20, 2015
Letter on Services for Unaccompanied Children
The National Association of Evangelicals, U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops, World Vision, Catholic Relief Services and World Relief submitted comments to the Office of Refugee Resettlement regarding a rule aimed at responding to sexual abuse and sexual harassment involving unaccompanied children. The group of signers asks that the rule include adequate protections for existing and prospective grantees, contractors, subgrantees and subcontractors with religious or moral objections to items or procedures required by the rule.

Read the letter below or download the PDF.
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February 19, 2015
Roll Call: Payday Loans Entrap the Most Vulnerable
By Galen Carey, NAE Vice President of Government Relations

As our economy continues to improve, there is a crushing weight holding many back: payday loans. While state and local leaders have taken up the cause in certain jurisdictions, this is a national problem that requires Congress to act. Unscrupulous lenders lure those who are already facing financial hardship into a debt trap from which it is very difficult to escape.

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