NHCLC provides Leadership to the 16 Million Latinos that make up the Church by serving the common interests and exerting a collective voice before legislative, economic and ecclesiastical authorities in Washington D.C. and in state Capitals.
In addition, the NHCLC annually recognizes the top Hispanic Ministries in order to provide Hispanic Models of Excellence. The NHCLC not only strives to serve the 16 million Evangelical Hispanics in America but also , the NHCLC strives to serve the entire 40 million plus Latino Community as it pertains to issues regarding the family, economic mobility, educational empowerment, social justice, the Hispanic Ethos, and moral leadership. The NHCLC is to the Hispanic/Latino Church what the National Association of Evangelicals is to the Anglo Church.
Through our website, books, journals, political initiatives, partnerships, conferences, consortium and presentations; The NHCLC seeks to provide spiritual technicians and ministers who are active brokers of covenant relationships for the purpose of building spiritual, intellectual, political and economic capital. The NHCLC strives to provide to our community and to all shareholders of the American Experience the cultural, symbolic and moral authority necessary to establish collaborative mechanisms for continual positive change.
The NHCLC hosts annual Conferences throughout the Nation where Hispanic Believers come together for revival, renewal, and restoration. These conferences are some of the largest gatherings of Hispanic Christians in America. We host annual Conferences in the following cities: New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Seattle, Portland, Sacramento, Fresno, Anaheim, Reno, Dallas, Houston ...
We host annual Conferences in the following cities: New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Seattle, Portland, Sacramento, Fresno, Anaheim, Reno, Dallas, Houston, Brownsville, Orlando, Miami, San Juan, Lehigh Valley, Newark-NJ, Baltimore, Washington D.C., Denver, San Antonio, Laredo, and others.
NHCLC conferences not only provide venues for spiritual renewal and revival, but these conferences provide opportunities to equip community and relational leaders with the business and spiritual acumen necessary in a 21st century Global Matrix. Our conferences seek to inform, inspire and impart upon the attendees and core Latino Leaders the tools necessary to create models of transformational, trans cultural and trans generational success.
In addition, the NHCLC conferences provide assessment portfolios for community leaders to measure the viability of the transferable concept of faith within the myriad of poverty, educational inequality, political disenfranchisement, moral relativism and decay. In these conferences, Latinos and others will be inspired to soar above their circumstances and become oracles of revival, renewal and redemption.
The NHCLC brings together the leading oracles of progressive, agile, values based leadership within respective demographics of the Latino populous.
Via chapters throughout the 50 States and Puerto Rico, NHCLC networks the leading Hispanic young leaders, men, women, businesspeople, politicians, professionals, spiritual leaders and technicians. These networks meet annually in their respective national conventions and congresses for the purpose of creating integrated solutions to the factors that deter success and excellence in the Latino community.
The NHCLC partners with Hispanic Churches in America with the purpose of creating Faith Based Community Programs, Faith Based Organizations and Community Development Corporations.
In the spirit of the Apostolic mandate where Christ sent them out two by two, the NHCLC believes that nothing can be accomplished without collaborative initiatives or strategic partnerships. As a result, The NHCLC seeks to establish life-long partnerships and covenants with organizations and institutions that share the same core values and seek to transform society via the enhancement of the Judeo/Christian ethos in addressing the issues of poverty, social injustice, inequality, moral relativism, cultural decay, class warfare, educational and political disenfranchisement.
The NHCLC seeks the political engagement and empowerment of Hispanics via spiritual progressive leadership.
We define progressive in the non partisan connotation of a transformational and Trans-generational model. The NHCLC exists for the purpose of Leading The Hispanic Church, Leveraging The Hispanic Vision, and Lifting The Hispanic Dream. Such cannot be realized without political and social empowerment. Thus, this organization partners with federal and state governments to empower the Latino community. The Latino Community in America has much to offer the American Experience. As a result of a definitive Christian Model, Hispanics will lead, particularly within the urban areas of our nation, an unprecedented reformation and renewal that will enhance our communities.