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2015 NHCLC Board Convention

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Location: Crowne Plaza Houston 8686 Kirby Drive Houston, TX 77054

Date: April 28-30, 2015

Expected attendance: 1,500

Keynote Speakers: Samuel Rodriguez, Harry Jackson, James Robison, Russell Moore, Ed Stetzer, Sergio De La Mora, Gus Reyes and many more....


The National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference (NHCLC-CONEL) will host its annual National Hispanic Convention for pastors and leaders at the Crowne Plaza in Houston, Texas. The theme for this historic event is “From Survive to Thrive”. As the largest Latino Christian organization in the world, the NHCLC-CONEL is in a position to lead millions of Hispanic Born Again Christ followers via our 40,118 evangelical congregations in the United States and 400,000 congregations in Latin America and 52 denominations by providing leadership,
networking, fellowship, strategic partnerships and public policy advocacy platforms to our seven directives: Life, Family, Great Commission, Stewardship, Education, Youth and Justice. Join us as we unite our voices in the reconciling of the vertical and horizontal planes of the Christian message; sanctification with service, conviction with compassion, the image of God with the habits of Christ, holiness and humility, John 3:16 and Matthew 25 and the prophetic with the practical. We hope you will join us in Houston, TX as we go from “Surviving to Thriving” and change the course of history! 

By God’s grace and favor, the NHCLC stands recognized as: 

“America’s Largest Hispanic Christian Organization”, Time Magazine, CNN, San Francisco Chronicle, Washington Post, New York Times, Christian Post, Newsweek, NBC, ABC, Charisma, Christianity Today, and others.

“America’s Hispanic Civil Rights Christian Organization”, Dr. Gaston Espinosa, Claremont McKenna College.

“The Voice for Hispanic Christians in America”, CNN, Fox News, News Week, Washington Post, Sacramento Bee, San Francisco Chronicle, Univision, AACC, Charisma Magazine, Christianity Today, and others.

“The most influential Hispanic organization in America, in addition to it being the most quoted and profiled in American History. " Dr. Mat Staver, Dean of the Liberty Law School, President of The Liberty Counsel.


DR. George O. Wood

Israel Houghton