A Message From the President:

CertifieldBlackEvangelicalsAs an inheritor of intentional Black evangelicalism embodied in NBEA—its premier institution—I serve as its current president. Being so, I am compelled in the Name of the Lord Jesus Christ, our Savior and Liberator, to lift my voice on behalf of the Black Evangelical collective in these times of political tumult and turmoil.

Quiet as it is kept, there is a collective of genuinely Black Evangelical voters. Though the image of this important political entity of African-descended Christians is often whitewashed in the media, they have not been whitenized by the white Evangelical world. These culturally authentic African-American believers are “certified” Black Evangelicals. The group has certain distinctive qualities which affirm their identity. An intensive meaning of this essential description comes later.  Read more…


Welcome to NBEA  – Organized in 1963, the National Black Evangelical Association (NBEA) is an African-American focused ministry of reconciliation, with the watchword of“unity in 9644046diversity without enforced conformity.” NBEA has a primarily Black membership that is cross-denominational, and promotes Biblical and cultural integrity.

NBEA worships and represents the Lord Jesus Christ.   We center ourselves in the Bible, and believe that the new birth of God’s salvation comes by His grace, to all who repentantly trust in the atoning death of Christ and His life-giving resurrection.



Hope for the Future, Uganda, East Africa addresses the educational needs of children, children welfare, and the violation of children human rights,  youth empowerment through technical/life skills training and providing affordable   training in leadership skills, Bible and Theology, Outreach and Ministry skills for pastors and church leaders.   Read more…