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For the Health of the Nation
For more than a decade, Christians have used “For the Health of the Nation” to apply biblical principles to complex issues. Now, in partnership with RightNow Media, we have an 8-session video series that brings the content to life through dynamic biblical teaching.
The Gospel in Society
The NAE along with RightNow Media hosted an instructive conversation on how Christians should operate in a pluralistic marketplace of ideas.
Fuller Formation Groups
The NAE hosts a Fuller Formation Group for a cohort of 26 national female leaders. Toni Kim, NAE director of spiritual care, facilitates the group and shares how Fuller Formation Groups situate spiritual formation in the context of community and of God himself.
Walking with the Suffering
NAE President Walter Kim talks with Dr. Christina Edmondson on how we can be praying for and entering into longstanding solidarity with the communities impacted by gun violence.
Khiengchai Fulton is a homeschooling mom who leads a women’s Bible study and reaches out to the youth in her community.
Stirring Among God’s People
On February 8, Asbury University became center stage for what is being referred to as a movement of God, an awakening and even a revival. NAE President Walter Kim talks with Dr. Timothy Tennent and Nick Hall about what God is doing.
Black History Month
Pastor John Jenkins, chair of the NAE board, shares why Black History Month is important to him and so many others. Celebrating the contributions that African Americans have made to our society, country and world helps inspire all of God's children to be what God calls them to be.
Pastor Jacques Ilunga
Rev. Jacques Ilunga leads a French-speaking church here in the United States while continuing to preach to a congregation in Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of Congo via Facebook and YouTube.
Ojulu Ochalla was a teacher in Ethiopia whose life was threatened by ethnic violence. He now lives and works in Rochester, Minnesota while awaiting the outcome of his asylum application.
Made to Flourish
At the Flourish Conference 2022, we discovered a deeper understanding of how we were made to flourish and to be a part of helping others flourish. Watch the recap video!
Christian Ngong is a human rights advocate who currently directs Voice of the Voiceless, a local nonprofit that mobilizes support for orphans and refugees.
Becky Liu emigrated from China to Taiwan as a child and to the United States as an adult. Her life is dedicated to loving God and loving her neighbors.