December 13, 2014

Black Evangelicals Gather to Pray and Act on Behalf of African-Descended People

The National Black Evangelical Association is holding its 52nd-Year Convention from April 22-25, 2015. The convention is at the Hilton Oak Lawn Hotel in Chicago, Illinois.

The executives and the board of the NBEA invite all to join for the convention, themed “Cush Cries Out. Christ Answers! African-descended Evangelical Affirmations and Action.”

The Early Bird Registration is $200 for an individual, $350 for couples, and $100 for students, and the deadline is Friday, January 2, 2015. Normal Registration is $225 for an individual, $375 for couples, and $125 for students.

The NBEA suggests that pastors, ministers, Christian educators, Christian-based social activists, mission leaders and workers to African-descended people, seminarians and biblical students, black evangelical leaders and delegates from organizations and institutions, black Christian students pursuing mission opportunities, and white and other believers who minister with or tow blacks in their organizations and ministries.

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