National Association of Evangelicals

Washington, DC

Founded: 1942

Tel: (202) 479-0815


Top LeaderDr. Walter Kim

Donor Contact: Mr. Cullen Rodgers-Gates

Member Since: October 1, 1987

Financial Data

   Cash Donations $521,181
   Noncash Donations $0
   Other Revenue $817,836
   Total Revenue $1,339,017
   Total Expenses $1,911,470
Excess (or Deficit)
   for the Year
Other $0
Total Change
   in Net Assets
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Total Assets $4,877,715
Total Liabilities $242,005
Net Assets $4,635,710
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The mission of the National Association of Evangelicals is to honor God by connecting and representing evangelical Christians.

Grounded in the gospel’s implications for human flourishing, the NAE seeks to transform social and political engagement from a “culture war” mindset to a winsome presentation of biblically-based values and a commitment to the common good. We do this through our advocacy work, by representing evangelicals to national leaders, participating in coalitions, providing policy updates and guidance to evangelicals and contributing to the public debate from a gospel-centered perspective.
The NAE Chaplains Commission is dedicated to supporting and defending evangelical chaplains and their ministry. As an ecclesiastical endorser for the Dept. of Defense, Veterans Affairs, and many civilian agencies, the Commission recommends chaplains for service, and champions free expression of faith. It strives to support and train evangelical chaplains via retreats for chaplains and families, training for chaplain candidates, and resources for churches interested in the chaplaincy.
Evangelicals need trusted leaders who will unify rather than divide them, guide them in applying the whole teaching of Scripture to pressing issues of the day, and model civility, compassion and self-sacrifice on a daily basis. That’s why encouraging, resourcing and empowering evangelical leaders is of utmost importance to us.
The NAE supports and participates in various global movements and organizations whose purpose is to amplify a holistic gospel witness around the world. The scope of the NAE’s global engagement means that it is uniquely situated to facilitate meaningful connections for American evangelicals with the work and impact of evangelicals in other parts of the world.
Central to our witness is a commitment to thoughtful action in the world. As such, the NAE strives to be a trusted voice of information and biblically-grounded counsel. Our purpose is to inspire and inform evangelicals about critical issues and encourage them to take action in their own spheres of influence that is faithful to the gospel. While some resources have a timeless quality, many are developed in response to specific needs of the evangelical community at any given point in time.
Strong and effective churches and denominations are essential to a vibrant gospel witness. More than 40 denominations and 45,000 churches have found a home at the NAE. In support of these partners, the NAE convenes gatherings, facilitates conversations, leads movements and provides resources. The NAE board and staff are continually assessing the needs of the wider evangelical community to discern how we can most effectively come alongside denominations and churches.
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