How to Pick a President

September 19, 2016 ...

As Anderson and Stetzer say, “Many pollsters and journalists assume that evangelicals are white, suburban, American, Southern, and Republican, when millions of self-identifying evangelicals fit none of these descriptions.” “How to Pick a President: Clinton, Trump or ?” offers other articles from recent elections to help you think more deeply and wisely about your political …

Hope for Students

August 22, 2016 ...

But unfortunately, as NAE President Leith Anderson says, “Students from disadvantaged backgrounds who most need the best schools rarely have access to them.” The NAE and The Expectations Project teamed up to create an eBook designed to encourage Christians in bringing hope to students and in shining a light on education inequality. In addition to …

Faith in the Voting Booth

January 22, 2016 ...

In “Faith in the Voting Booth,” Leith Anderson and Galen Carey show how better informed, faith-directed voting is both possible and needed in our country today. Biblical wisdom is relevant to today’s complex political issues, and each voting decision should be thoughtfully and prayerfully approached. Now there’s a resource to help you: Identify the issues …

Thru the Bible Reading Guide

January 1, 2016 ...

The NAE’s unique guide offers: Daily readings in general chronological order with Psalms on Sunday; Compact design to fit inside even the smallest Bibles; and Packages of 50, 250 or 500 copies, discounted accordingly.   If you would like to mail in your order, please download this form, fill it out, print and mail to: …

The Volunteer Church

August 3, 2015 ...

However, if church leaders are honest, they know there are times that it can be frustrating. They know that volunteers are essential, vital to creating growth and new ministries, and are the key to introducing youth and children to Jesus Christ. They have the welcoming smiles at the door, they serve the food, pray for …

When God and Science Meet

January 1, 2015 ...

Leith Anderson, president of the National Association of Evangelicals, describes the difficulty of engaging in meaningful conversation that respects both faith and science. As laypersons we sometimes wonder if we know enough about science or religion to ask the right questions of either. As scientists we may welcome serious conversations but wonder if others tilt …

Theology of Sex

January 1, 2012 ...

Sex, that most intimate of human actions, is one of the most difficult and sensitive subjects to discuss. Many evangelicals, particularly those serving in pastoral roles, struggle with how to address the topic of human sexuality and the many real-life situations connected to the subject. To provide some assistance, the NAE published a Bible-based “Theology …

Support for Celebrating Life

January 1, 2012 ...

This packet is intended to be a resource for pastors and ministry leaders wanting to take active and practical steps towards reducing the number of abortions in their congregations and communities. In this packet, you’ll find: Data about unplanned pregnancy and abortion; Common struggles and fears accompanying pregnancy; Help in the search for pre- and …

Loving the Least of These

January 1, 2011 ...

We rally behind relief efforts and support on-the-ground disaster teams, but we recognize the inadequacy of our response. We are concerned about projections that environmental changes — including more severe natural disasters — threaten the lives and well-being of more and more people, and particularly the extreme poor. With this in mind, the NAE asked …

For the Health of the Nation

January 1, 2004 ...

“For the Health of the Nation: An Evangelical Call to Civic Engagement” guides the NAE’s political action and outlines seven different issues that are important to evangelicals. Religious Freedom Family Life and Children Sanctity of Life The Poor and Vulnerable Human Rights Peacemaking Creation Care Political or policy prescriptions alone will not solve all of …