Longing to be refreshed in the character of God?
Get started with this 10-day devotional from the National Association of Evangelicals. Following the God Who Transforms is designed to encourage and refresh believers in who God is and his heart for our nation and world.
He calls us to love him and love others. He empowers us to be faithful witnesses in all seasons. Following the God Who Transforms imagines a public discipleship that is oriented towards God’s character. This devotional draws from the principles of “For the Health of the Nation: An Evangelical Call to Civic Responsibility,” a resource for public discipleship that also serves as a platform for the NAE’s government relations work.
Available in English and Spanish and in printer-friendly and digital viewing formats.
About the Author
Galen Carey, NAE vice president of government relations, is responsible for representing the NAE before Congress, the White House and the courts. He works to advance the approach and principles of the NAE document, “For the Health of the Nation.” He is also co-author with Leith Anderson of “Faith in the Voting Booth.” Before joining the NAE staff, Carey was a longtime employee of World Relief, the relief and development arm of the NAE, serving in Croatia, Mozambique, Kenya, Indonesia and Burundi. He received an M.Div. from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, and a Doctor of Ministry from McCormick Theological Seminary.
Read “For the Health of the Nation”
The “Knowing the God Who Transforms” devotional draws heavily from the principles of “For the Health of the Nation,” a resource for public discipleship that also serves as a platform for the NAE’s government relations work.
Study With Your Small Group
In partnership with RightNow Media, we now have an 8-session small group video curriculum that brings the content of “For the Health of the Nation” to life through dynamic biblical teaching! Get FREE access through an NAE portal.
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