Grupo Religioso Busca Crecer en Puerto Rico
Grupo religioso busca crecer en Puerto Rico
La NHCLC ya agrupa aquí a 2,000 iglesias
Samuel Rodríguez (en primer plano) enfatizó que la organización busca enfocar la solución de los problemas sociales en Dios. (JUAN.ALICEA@GFRMEDIA.COM)
Por Mildred Rivera Marrero / firstname.lastname@example.org
En Ayuno por la Reforma Migratoria
En ayuno por la reforma migratoria
Reverendo realiza protesta de 40 días
Por José A. Delgado / email@example.com
WASHINGTON – El reverendo boricua Samuel Rodríguez cumple hoy 20 días en ayuno, como parte de los esfuerzos que realizan activistas hispanos a favor de que el Congreso apruebe una reforma en las leyes de inmigración.
Nelson Mandela Worth Commending Despite Ideological Differences, Say Evangelical and Conservative Christians
Various conservative and evangelical leaders who commended Nelson Mandela's work to end racism in South Africa have stated that these compliments come in spite of his views on other issues.
In addition to his highly publicized efforts to end Apartheid in South Africa, Mandela expressed opinions on other views. These included opinions on abortion, Israel, and Communism that were at odds with what most conservative and evangelical Christians believe.
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Reaction to the Death of Nelson Mandela
(RNS) As the world reacted to the death of South African hero Nelson Mandela, on Thursday (Dec. 5) at age 95, religious and political leaders added their voices to remember the man who brought down his nation’s race-dividing apartheid system. Here’s a sampling:
Statement by Dr. Samuel Rodriguez, President of the NHCLC Regarding the Death of Former South African President Nelson Mandela
Statement by Dr. Samuel Rodriguez,
President of the National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference (NHCLC)
Regarding the Death of Former South African President Nelson Mandela
Historic Multi-Cultural NHCLC Justice Summit 2013
Veteran Union Activist Fasts to Support Rights for Illegal Immigrants
WASHINGTON — As a teenage grape picker, Eliseo Medina learned political action at the feet of Cesar Chavez. In 1968, he watched Mr. Chavez hold a 25-day water-only fast that helped transform the farm workers’ union into a nationally known force.
NHCLC Leader Speaks at Chapel
At Regent University's weekly chapel service on Wednesday, Nov. 20, Hispanic evangelical leader Rev. Samuel Rodriquez spoke about what it means to be "light" in a dark world. Rodriquez is president of the National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference (NHCLC), the nation's largest Hispanic Christian organization.