Housing Resources for Survivors of Trafficking Crimes

June 14, 2021 ...

In a recent letter, NAE Vice President Galen Carey thanks and offers support to Sen. Roy Blunt, Sen. Sherrod Brown and Sen. Richard Durbin for introducing bipartisan legislation aimed at ensuring the availability of adequate housing resources for survivors of both sex and labor trafficking crimes. He sent a similar letter to Rep. Joyce Beatty and …

Roadblocks and Opportunities for Pro-Life Progress

June 4, 2021 ...

Federal Funding of Abortion In March, President Biden signed into law the American Rescue Plan, a massive bill that includes some important pro-family provisions for which the National Association of Evangelicals advocated, including extensions to the child and earned income tax credits. However, the bill appropriates money that is not subject to the Hyde amendment …

Improving the Asylum Application Process at the Border

April 21, 2021 ...

In response to this issue, Senator Cornyn and Senator Sinema introduced a bill that strengthens the asylum system and expedites processing in a way that prioritizes service to those most in need while discouraging applications from those who do not have valid asylum claims. In a letter, Walter Kim, NAE president, and Galen Carey, NAE …

Reward Work, Support Families, Address Poverty

January 13, 2021 ...

NAE President Walter Kim and NAE Vice President Galen Carey joined other faith leaders in a letter to President-Elect Joe Biden to advocate for these refundable tax credits, which have been critical tools in the effort to reward work, support families, and lift millions of our fellow citizens out of poverty for decades. Both the …

75th Anniversaries of Hiroshima and Nagasaki Call for Action

August 5, 2020 ...

In 2011, the National Association of Evangelicals pledged support for “national leaders who adopt policies and pursue negotiations that will contribute to peace, freedom and security at home and abroad, giving particular attention to the threats posed by nuclear weapons.” Life is a gift from God that we must not threaten with weapons that by …

Does the Golden Rule Apply to Politics?

June 12, 2020 ...

In the Sermon on the Mount, Jesus announced the coming of God’s kingdom and invited his followers to rethink their thinking in light of the remarkable opportunity to live under the rule of God. Those who follow the way of Jesus find their relationships transformed as they learn to love, serve and forgive even those …

Seeking a Free, Fair and Safe Election Despite COVID-19

May 11, 2020 ...

NAE President Walter Kim and NAE Vice President Galen Carey joined with 20 other Christian leaders in encouraging members of Congress to include sufficient funds in the next CARES Act that would enable states to prepare for the 2020 primary and general elections. Kim said, “As Christians, we believe in a just society that preserves …

Unborn Face New Perils in New York

February 7, 2019 ...

New York may be a state that welcomes immigrants, but it has become a more hazardous place for the unborn. The Reproductive Health Act, which became law on January 22, 2019, allows doctors, physician’s assistants and nurse practitioners to abort pregnancies at any stage of development — up to and including the ninth month — …

Christians in a Politically Divided Country

December 15, 2018 ...

In this podcast, Galen Carey, NAE’s policy expert and advocate on Capitol Hill, covers: What the proper place of politics is for the Christian’s mind and experience; How to work in Washington when there is palpable division; Practical ideas to model civility; and What evangelical policy issues are most countercultural. Read a Portion of the …

International Religious Freedom Act Turns 20

November 6, 2018 ...

In 1996, the NAE issued its Statement of Conscience on Worldwide Religious Persecution, calling on the United States to make religious freedom a priority goal of our foreign policy, to publish detailed reports on religious persecution, and to withhold aid from countries that continued to persecute. Each of these goals was addressed in the version …