How COVID-19 Is Impacting Communities of Color

June 15, 2020 ...

In Today’s Conversation podcast hosted by NAE President Walter Kim, Michael describes: How the health crisis unfolded in his community; What the coronavirus pandemic reveals about racial inequities in our country; How Christians in different areas of the country can identify with brothers and sisters who are facing greater hardship; and What steps the church …

Racial Justice Response & Resources

June 6, 2020 ...

Message from NAE Leaders on Racial Justice and Equality Message from NAE Leaders on Racial Justice & Equality from NAEvangelicals on Vimeo. NAE Statement on Racial Unrest and Call to Action Recent events surrounding the wrongful deaths of Ahmaud Arbery in Georgia, Breonna Taylor in Kentucky, and George Floyd in Minnesota illustrate severe racial injustices …

Pursuing Racial Justice and Reconciliation

July 24, 2019 ...

In light of this biblical vision, racism is an affront to the value of individuals created in God’s image and to the divinely designed diversity of redeemed humanity. This denial of personhood and belonging runs contrary to the peace and unity that God intended in the beginning and that the Bible depicts as our destiny. …

Everything You Need to Know About Pastoring Cross-Cultural Churches

March 15, 2019 ...

In this podcast, Randy and Leith discuss: How terms like “cross-cultural” and “multi-ethnic” are distinct; Whether every church should be cross-cultural; How to deal with differing cultural preferences about music, preaching and other things; and Whether there is a certain profile that helps make someone successful as a pastor of a cross-cultural church. Read a Portion …

Why Racial Justice is a Priority for Today

October 9, 2018 ...

He asserts that we must be clear about the influence of family history and patterns, because the blessings and sins of families have lasting impact. The consequences of actions often repeat themselves in families through three to four generations. Undiscovered or unexamined, we often find ourselves unwittingly shaped, informed and influenced by forces and factors …

What’s Going on in Asian American Christianity?

March 15, 2018 ...

In this podcast, you’ll also hear Daniel, who trains Asian Americans for church leadership and others for ministry to Asian Americans, explain: The challenges Asian American Christian leaders face when serving in non-Asian majority contexts; The diversity within Asian American churches; The history and growth of Asian immigration to the United States; and How Asian …

NAE Condemns White Supremacy

August 16, 2017 ...

In times of national tragedy and crisis, evangelical Christians turn to the Word of God for direction. God created human beings in his image, and thus all people share in divine dignity (Genesis 1:26). No race or ethnicity is greater or more valuable than another. Evangelicals believe that the good news of Jesus Christ has …

What White Christians Need to Know About Black Churches

January 15, 2017 ...

In this podcast, you’ll hear Bishop Alexander, a leader in the African American church, share: How African American Christians think about racism; What prevents black Christians from attending predominately white churches; How the black church can teach the white church; and What excites him about the future of the black church. Read a Portion of …

The United States of Minorities

June 27, 2016 ...

By 2044 there will be no majority race in America. In 28 years whites are estimated to make up 49.7 percent of the population, Hispanics 25 percent, blacks 12.7 percent, Asians 3.7 percent and another 3.7 percent will be multiracial. The all-minorities make-up of the future has already arrived in 266 U.S. counties that are …