Latinos in the United States are expected to triple in size by the year 2050, when they’ll make up close to 30 percent of the population.
Statement by Dr. Samuel Rodriguez, President of the National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference (NHCLC) / Conela, regarding the long-awaited St. Louis County Grand Jury Decision
Cornerstone Church in San Diego, California is the largest congregation led by a Latino pastor in the city’s history. But the pastor, Sergio de la Mora, a second generation Mexican-American, [ … ]
The National Latino Evangelical Coalition will be working with faith-based organizations across the country to open up 600 beds to Central American children who have crossed into the country without [ … ]
Almost everyday, it seems, there’s a new story about how “Millennials are leaving the church.” But there’s a problem with these trend pieces: They aren’t true. American Christianity still has [ … ]
Acts 29, an international organization of church planters, has expanded its resources to urban leaders who seek to start a church within their communities, said president and pastor Matt Chandler [ … ]
The National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference announced Wednesday a merger with the Evangelical Alliance of Latin America, making the newly formed Latino Christian organization the largest in the world.
Although reaching lost souls is the main job of the church, a compassionate evangelism that includes clothing and feeding the poor, and programs for homeless and abused women is needed [ … ]
Bishop Donald Hilliard and his list of activist/celebrity panelists will be t discussing this national epidemic affecting the African-American and Latino community.
Hispanic evangelical leaders are speaking out after a federal appeals court ruled that New York City has a constitutional right to bar religious groups from using public schools for worship [ … ]