December 17, 2014
Saperstein Confirmed as Religious Freedom Ambassador
Last week the U.S. Senate confirmed David Saperstein as the 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. In a Monday vote, the Senate also unanimously approved a one-year reauthorization of the United States Commission for International Religious Freedom (USCIRF). The National Association of Evangelicals (NAE) welcomes Saperstein’s confirmation and looks forward to working with him on religious freedom concerns around the world.
December 3, 2014
Young v. UPS: Supreme Court Should Uphold Rights of Pregnant Workers
By Galen Carey & Rachel Laser

One of us is pro-choice and the other is pro-life, but we both believe that the Pregnancy Discrimination Act of 1978 (PDA) properly requires that pregnant employees like Peggy Young, a former UPS worker whose case is being heard by the U.S. Supreme Court, be treated the same as other workers who are similarly limited in their ability to perform certain tasks at work. 

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December 1, 2014
St. Louis Post Dispatch: Immigrants are Key to a Thriving America
By Galen Carey

Pundits and partisans will debate the merits and political impact of President Obama’s executive order reprioritizing immigration enforcement resources. But while there are legitimate differences about what should be done by administrative action and what requires legislation, no one should question the value of modernizing our broken immigration system and allowing immigrants to fully contribute to our national prosperity.

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November 26, 2014
Letter to Ambassador of Israel on Har Nof Massacre
NAE President Leith Anderson sent his condolences to Ron Dermer, the Ambassador of Israel to the United States, for the tragic loss of life following the Nov. 18 massacre at the Har Nof synagogue in Jerusalem. The NAE continues to pray for comfort and healing, and for a lasting peace within and between Israel and all its neighbors.
November 24, 2014
Less Divided Over Doctrine

Evangelical Leaders Survey

Doctrinal distinctives don’t divide evangelical churches and Christians like they used to. Instead, evangelicals are focusing on the majors as non-essential beliefs fade to the background, said evangelical leaders in a recent survey.
October 30, 2014
Reading the Bible in One Year

NAE Asks You

Christians find instruction, endurance, encouragement and hope through reading and meditating on Scripture (Romans 15:4). Many enjoy a regular diet of God’s Word through a daily reading plan enabling them to read the Bible in one year. Ninety-four percent of NAE members who answered the fall member poll said they have read the Bible in one year.
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