The National Association of Evangelicals is a coordinating agency facilitating Christian unity, public witness, and cooperative ministry among its members comprised of evangelical denominations, congregations, educational institutions, and service agencies in the United States.

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Mission

The mission of the National Association of Evangelicals is to extend the kingdom of God through a fellowship of member denominations, churches, organizations, and individuals, demonstrating the unity of the body of Christ by standing for biblical truth, speaking with a representative voice, and serving the evangelical community through united action, cooperative ministry, and strategic planning.

History

The year 1992 marks fifty years of spiritual ministry by the National Association of Evangelicals (NAE), a coordinating agency facilitating Christian unity, public witness, and cooperative ministry among evangelical denominations, congregations, educational institutions, and service agencies in the United States. The Association traces its beginnings to April 7-9, 1942, when a modest group of 147 people met in St. Louis with the hopes of reviving the fortunes of evangelical Christianity in America.

Executive leadership

  • Board Chairman - Dr L. Roy Taylor
  • President - Dr Leith Anderson
  • Executive Director - W. Todd Bassett
  • Vice President for Governmental Affairs - Richard Cizik

Values

  • Growing Biblical Faith
  • Witness to Society
  • Attending to Human Concerns
  • Maximizing resources
  • Fostering Cooperation
  • Ministry to the poor
  • Nurturing Communications
  • Cross-Cultural Involvement

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