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The new reformers

The new reformers

Call it the politics of the moment. Or a willfully myopic view of the American religious experience. The state of a nation at a peculiar crossroads. Whatever the root cause, there’s a prevalent notion lately — a persistent stage whisper on cable news and other forums...

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‘Pushing the Plow’ as a millennial or Gen Zer

‘Pushing the Plow’ as a millennial or Gen Zer

People who love and serve God in the power of the Holy Spirit through the sacrifice of Jesus Christ work to discover their God-given purposes and steward His gifts to them, in much the same way as Elisha pushed his plow. They embody this truth: “Whatever you do, work...

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Motivation starts with God – opinion

Motivation starts with God – opinion

Many Millennials and members of Gen Z are struggling because they have been conditioned by overnight YouTube sensations and viral memes that turn their peers into social media celebrities.  They are bright, talented, passionate and willing to work. But...

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We must dare to start holy confrontation

We must dare to start holy confrontation

Throughout my life, I have often found myself in positions that required me to confront people who have so much more — more power, more intelligence, more money, more authority — than I do. At various times I have been led by God to confront elected officials in the...

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Compassion Does Afghan Refugee Giving Campaign

Compassion Does Afghan Refugee Giving Campaign

NHCLC partners with Convoy of Hope to help refugees fleeing Afghanistan crisis The NHCLC has partnered with Convoy of Hope to provide the NHCLC community an opportunity to help tens of thousands of refugees fleeing the crisis in Afghanistan. Convoy of Hope reports:...

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Newsom’s Recall Problem Is with Hispanic Voters

Newsom’s Recall Problem Is with Hispanic Voters

Two new independent polls on California’s September 14 recall election have a startling explanation for why Governor Gavin Newsom is in trouble. His support among minority communities is crumbling as issues such as crime, COVID restrictions, and a huge...

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“We’re entrepreneurs.”

“We’re entrepreneurs.”

In a recent article in the Atlantic, Rev. Samuel Rodriguez, president of the NHCLC and political independent, was quoted: "Our values are faith, family, and free enterprise. We’re entrepreneurs. We want to thrive; we don’t want to survive."To read the full Atlantic...

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4 ways we can develop the next generation in 2021

4 ways we can develop the next generation in 2021

While change of any kind is rarely easy, it is often inevitable. Nonetheless, I confess I am often as frustrated by change as anyone else. When we grow too accustomed to anything, we face the temptation to overlook it or take it for granted. We settle into ruts...

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Promise Keepers Scores Big Comeback Moment in Dallas

Promise Keepers Scores Big Comeback Moment in Dallas

Nearly 30,000 men attended the 2021 Promise Keepers Men's Conference last weekend in Dallas, Texas with hundreds of churches hosting even more men online. The two-day event aimed to bring a positive message that would inspire transformation and empower men so they...

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CTC Awareness Campaign – Eligibility Tool Now in Spanish

CTC Awareness Campaign – Eligibility Tool Now in Spanish

Herramienta de elegibilidad ahora en español The Internal Revenue Service has launched a new Spanish-language version of its online tool, Child Tax Credit Eligibility Assistant, designed to help families determine whether they qualify for the Child Tax Credit and the...

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The Lamb’s Agenda Hoy: The Pastor in 2030

The Lamb’s Agenda Hoy: The Pastor in 2030

On March 10, Girien Salazar spoke Salomon Paredes, Executive Director of the NHCLC DMVChapter about the “the pastor in 2030,” the Promise Keepers 2021 event happening in July, andan upcoming webinar by Marketplace Chaplains. Los Promise Keepers 2021 - July 16-17,...

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Finding hope and faith through new app

Finding hope and faith through new app

On Good Morning America, Pastor Samuel Rodriguez discusses his new app for millennialscalled "Faithful," immigration reform, and leaves millions of viewers with a special Faith Fridaymessage of hope. Watch...

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Voting your faith

Voting your faith

The Rev. Samuel Rodriguez is the senior pastor of New Seasons Christian Worship Center, the president of the National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference and is one of President Trump’s evangelical advisers. He also prayed at Trump’s inauguration. He believes...

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Latinos emerge as winners of  2020 election!

Latinos emerge as winners of 2020 election!

CBN News covered Election Day from 7:00 p.m. Eastern to midnight with live Election Night coverage, including the latest election returns and reaction from across the country. Here's the 11 p.m. broadcast from The 700 Club.  In addition to the presidential race, our...

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Pastor Samuel Rodriguez: From Survive to Thrive

Pastor Sam describes God’s prescription for pain and suffering with the use of seven words; words that need to define our focus, and purpose, and every thought we have or action we take. If we make our goal to HONOR and HUNGER for God alone, to desire to...

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Evangelicals stick with Trump, see upside even if he loses

While many of Trump’s evangelical allies are white, the president’s campaign also worked to appeal to Latino voters and the GOP saw signs of improvement with that demographic in several states. The Rev. Samuel Rodriguez, a Latino evangelical pastor who has advised...

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