Advocating for Vulnerable Families in Indiana

May 24, 2021 ...

Kimberly Majeski, associate professor of biblical studies at Anderson University, hosted the conversation. Aaron Perry, associate professor of pastoral theology and leadership at Indiana Wesleyan University; Tim Streett, assistant director at Shepherd Community Center; and Zach Szmara, national director of Immigrant Connection, offered a framework and basis for considering bipartisan solutions to complex issues. You’ll …

Advocating for Vulnerable Families in Oklahoma

April 27, 2021 ...

Adrian Hinkle, vice president of academic affairs at Southwestern Christian University, and Eric Costanzo, pastor of South Tulsa Baptist Church, offered a framework and basis for considering bipartisan solutions to complex issues. You will also hear from John Lepine, principal of Crossover Preparatory Academy in North Tulsa, and Deni Fholer, president of Isaiah 58 In …

Advocating for Vulnerable Families

April 6, 2021 ...

This free NAE webinar can help you understand what is on the table and how you can be part of lifting millions out of poverty. Gabriel Salguero, pastor and coalition leader, and Kathryn Edin, one of the nation’s leading poverty researchers, offered a framework and basis for considering bipartisan solutions to complex issues. Policy updates …

NAE Webinar on Title VII Supreme Court Decision

June 16, 2020 ...

In this member-only webinar, NAE Legal Counsel Carl Esbeck and CCCU President Shirley Hoogstra unpack the Supreme Court’s decision and discuss its impact on religious employers and employees for years to come. Carl Esbeck publishes widely in the area of religious liberty and church-state relations. In particular, this article published in the Oxford Journal of …

NAE Webinar on Church Security

August 29, 2019 ...

In this webinar, James Li offers practical guidance for churches seeking to be safe places for members of its community. As the leader of Northland’s security ministry, Li has operated security for more than 1,000 concerts and special events, in addition to regular operations. The webinar costs $25 for non-members. If you are an NAE …

Addressing Radical Islamism

May 21, 2018 ...

As the director of the Islam and Religious Freedom Action Team at the Religious Freedom Institute, Jennifer studies and works in partnership with Muslims supporting religious freedom. In this webinar, she decodes common assumptions about Islam and offer practical ideas for countering radical Islamism. Understanding the radicalization process and why violent extremists hate Western culture …

Managing Technology in the Family

November 8, 2017 ...

In this webinar, Andy Crouch, past executive editor of Christianity Today and author of “The Tech-Wise Family: Everyday Steps for Putting Technology in Its Place,” offers principles on how to manage technology in the family with practical examples of how those principles played out in his family. The webinar costs $25 for non-members. If you are …

A Christian Perspective on Health Care

August 22, 2017 ...

In this webinar, Michelle Kirtley, bioethics and public policy consultant at the Center for Bioethics and Human Dignity, explores principles that can inform our understanding of the current policies under debate. The webinar costs $25 for non-members. If you are an NAE member and would like access to the webinar recording, please contact the NAE …

Religious Trends in America

May 24, 2017 ...

In this one-hour webinar, Greg Smith, associate director of research at Pew Research Center, addressed broad trends within American religions, including growth of the Nones, religious switching, birth rates among different religions, and more — all with a particular focus on how evangelicalism is doing in the United States. The webinar costs $25 for non-members. …