God is moving among young people today, and we are committed to their flourishing as leaders and as followers of Christ. On April 6, join us through prayer and giving to help the NAE empower the next generation as they bring the good news of Jesus Christ in a divided culture.

Next Generation Impact

God is moving among young people today. As we witness the spiritual awakening that is unfolding on college campuses, we are reminded that God is at work in new and fresh ways, and we are called to follow and adapt our ministries accordingly.

Too often, the Church is answering questions this generation is not asking. It’s time to get serious about listening to Millennial and Gen Z voices — to hear the cries of their hearts and how God is at work among them.

The National Association of Evangelicals is where denominations, relief organizations, universities, nonprofits, churches and individuals come together to be more effective for the good news of Jesus Christ.

We are committed to the flourishing of young people, as evidenced through our annual Christian Student Leadership Conference, resource development, participation in initiatives like the Collegiate Day of Prayer, and our engagement with groups like PULSE, the National Network of Youth Ministries and the Fuller Youth Institute. One denominational leader said that he is seeing an “awakening” in the Millennial leaders who attended our Flourish event. They are energized and feel better equipped for ministry.

Still, there is much more that we could be doing and that we could help facilitate. With your help, we will witness gospel transformation in this generation for the next generation! Would you join us on April 6 through prayer and financial gifts to invest in the next generation for enduring kingdom impact?

Matching Gift Challenge

Multiply your impact! Thanks to generous partners, every gift will be matched, dollar for dollar, up to $17,500. Also, a bonus prize of $5,000 will be unlocked once we reach 50 donors on Giving Day.


NAE Prayer Gathering

Would you join us in prayer to lift up the work of the NAE to bring evangelicals together for the gospel and the common good? NAE President Walter Kim will host an online prayer gathering on April 6 from 3:00–3:30 p.m. ET. Register to reserve your spot and receive connecting details.    RSVP Now Arrow

We welcome your prayers throughout the day. Here are a few prayer points to start:

  • In a divisive climate, pray for the NAE to be peacemakers as a unifying force for the gospel, bringing evangelicals from many different traditions together in a spirit of love and collaboration.
  • Pray that evangelicals would be deeply renewed in their love of God and love of neighbor.
  • As our nation grapples with many challenges, pray that God would empower the Church to be a winsome witness and an Influence for Good.


“Throughout my whole life, the NAE has called me out of what I currently know. The Christian Student Leadership Conference is one of the most powerful things the NAE does. It changed my view of what Christians can do, and gave me a broader sense of how Christians are involved in society.”

Shirley Mullen

President Emerita
Houghton University