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National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference logo. (PRNewsFoto/The National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference) SACRAMENTO, Calif., April 18, 2014 /NEWS.GNOM.ES/ — The National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference (NHCLC) is very honored to announce our new sponsor with a 60-year old non-profit ministry that equips native missionaries all over the world — Christian Aid Mission. This ministry, much like our own, wishes to help other ministries expand the Kingdom of God by establishing a witness for our Lord Jesus Christ in every tribe, tongue and nation (Matthew 24:14). Headquartered in Charlottesville, Va., Christian Aid Mission serves as a non-denominational foreign mission board assisting more than 500 ministries overseas with tens of thousands of indigenous or native missionaries in the field. These ministries are currently engaging more than 1,000 unreached people groups in more than 100 countries around the world. Christian Aid Mission is considered to be the first U.S. ministry organization to assist and promote native missionary ministries reaching their own people groups. Their focus is reaching the unreached for Christ in areas in the world where there is no witness for Christ, where foreign missionaries are not allowed, or where Christians suffer because of poverty or persecution. Christian Aid Mission and NHCLC are uniting efforts. Christian Aid Mission will join us at the NHCLC Board Convention April 29-30 to share with our leaders how the gospel is being spread throughout the world and how our NHCLC members can partner with this ministry through prayer and support to bring more souls into His Kingdom for His glory. Christian Aid Mission is a great resource for local churches to enlarge their vision to impact the world for Christ. For more information, visit their website at ABOUT THE NHCLC  The NHCLC is the largest Hispanic Christian organization representing millions of Evangelicals and more than 40,118 U.S. Churches. Seeking to reconcile evangelist Billy Graham’s message of salvation with Dr. Martin Luther Jr.’s march of prophetic activism, the NHCLC emphasizes “7 Directives” of Life, Family, Compassionate Evangelism, Stewardship, Education and Youth. For additional information, visit Logo – SOURCE National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference

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