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.
October 29, 2014
Are Science and Faith Compatible?

Evangelical Leaders Survey

While science and faith have often been pitted against each other, the September Evangelical Leaders Survey finds that most evangelical leaders are comfortable with the compatibility between their faith and scientific findings.
October 27, 2014
NAE Approves Allowing Natural Death Resolution

Press Release

The Board of Directors of the National Association of Evangelicals (NAE) approved a resolution at its semiannual meeting on Oct. 16 addressing end-of-life questions created by medical advances, which have produced more effective care and enabled physicians to save lives that would otherwise result in death, but have also given the possibility to prolong the dying process beyond its normal course.
October 23, 2014
NAE Takes on Payday Loans

Press Release

In a resolution approved last week, the Board of Directors of the National Association of Evangelicals (NAE) pointed out the dangers of predatory lending and called on churches, lenders and the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau to do their part in addressing debt traps that imprison poor and vulnerable consumers.
October 8, 2014
Churches Talk About Race Relations

Evangelical Leaders Survey

The shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri, on Aug. 9 brought race relations to the forefront of the news. A survey of evangelical leaders conducted three days prior to the shooting indicates that racial reconciliation was already an ongoing topic among evangelical churches in the United States. Seventy-one percent of the evangelical leaders surveyed said their churches have discussed the need for racial reconciliation from the pulpit, in seminars or in courses, according to the August Evangelical Leaders Survey.
September 18, 2014
Evangelical Leaders Reflect on Israel, Palestine

Evangelical Leaders Survey

Forty percent of U.S. evangelical leaders indicate some change in their thinking about Israel and Palestine over the past 15 years, according to the July Evangelical Leaders Survey. The most common change, mentioned by about a fourth of respondents, is a greater awareness of the struggles faced by the Palestinian people.
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