National Association of Evangelicals - Update July 2011

NAE Insight – Summer 2011

In an economically tough time complete with high unemployment rates, the 2011 Spring NAE Insight takes a look at fundraising, the worth of churches to their communities, free things churches can do and much more. It also updates readers on same-sex marriage, religious freedom cases, and South Sudan. (read more)

Pawlenty Tops Poll

Among evangelical leaders, Tim Pawlenty leads the list of preferred 2012 Republican presidential candidates. In the monthly poll of leaders of the NAE, 45 percent said they would name Pawlenty as the Republican candidate. Mitt Romney trailed Pawlenty with 14 percent. Twenty-two percent were undecided.

North American Baptist Conference Weekly Update - July 05, 2011

NORTH AMERICAN BAPTIST CONFERENCE WEEKLY UPDATES—July 05, 2011

The summer is in full swing for the North American Baptist Conference family! This month our young people will gather in masses at YG ’11 in Southern California. PRAY that God will move mightily.

One year from now we’ll meet in Orlando for the NAB 50th Triennial. We have a great price at the beautiful Peabody Hotel.

Japan Disaster Update from NAB Field Director Paul Ewing

Dear Brothers and Sister in Christ Jesus,

Greetings from Japan! As Paul wrote in Philemon, I thank God for you because your love has put your generosity to work and through it good things are being done for Christ. (Philemon 1:4-7). In particular your response to the unimaginable disaster that struck Japan in early March has refreshed the hearts of many and is helping to lead even more to a knowledge and faith of our Lord Jesus Christ. Hallelujah!

North American Baptist Conference: The “NEXT” Steps

At the direction of the General Council that met in 2010, the North American Baptist Conference began a study of the future of the Conference. George Bullard was hired to lead us through the process, and after much discussion and deliberation, a summary of our findings was shared with the General Council in 2011.

Video Testimony from Amy on YouTube about YG'11

Watch Amy Ortega on YouTube talking about her experience in YG'08 Nashville and motivating people to attend YG'11 OVERFLOW in Orange County, California!

 

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