P.O. Box 293389
Sacramento, CA 95829
TEL: (916) 919-7476
The National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference (NHCLC) is the National Hispanic Association of Evangelicals. As the largest Latino Christian organization in America and the sister organization of the 47 million strong National Association of Evangelicals, we lead the 16 million vibrant and growing Hispanic Born Again community and our 25,434 Evangelical congregations by providing leadership, networking, partnerships, strategic partnerships and public policy advocacy platforms to our 7 Directives: Life, Family, Great Commission, Stewardship, Education, Youth and Justice.
We exist to unify, serve and represent the Hispanic Evangelical Community with the divine (vertical) and human (horizontal) elements of the Christian message via our 7 Directives of Life, Family, Great Commission, Education, Justice, Stewardship and Youth.
We are quoted, identified, profiled and/or recognized by major media outlets and leading organizations/agencies/institutions including CNN, Newsweek, Bill Moyers, The Wall St. Journal, Boston Globe, New York Times, USA Today, NBC, Los Angeles Times, US News and World Report, MSNBC, Fox News, Ministries Today, Charisma Magazine, Christianity Today, The White House, The Obama Administration, United States Congress, National Association of Evangelicals, Promise Keepers, Gordon Conwell Theological Seminary , Chitwood and Chitwood, The Charismatic Leadership Council, Oral Roberts University, Liberty University, Faith in Public Life, Christian Post, and the largest denominations in America a long side other leading evangelical organizations as the preeminent Latino Christian Organization and the voice of the Hispanic Evangelical community.
By God’s Grace and Favor, the NHCLC stands recognized as:
- “America’s Largest Hispanic Christian Organization”, CNN, US News and World Report, San Francisco Chronicle, Washington Post, New York Times, Christian Post, Newsweek, NBC, Christianity Today
- “America’s Hispanic Civil Rights Christian Organization leading the way in addressing issues such as poverty, healthcare, education reform, religious persecution, juvenile delinquency and others”, Dr. Gaston Espinosa, Claremont Mckeena Research
- “The Voice for Hispanic Christians in America”, CNN, Fox News, News Week, Washington Post ,Danny Carroll PHD and author “Christians at the Border”
- “The most quoted, profiled and featured Hispanic Faith Organization in American History”, Jesse Miranda Center for Hispanic Christian Leadership