Formed in 1884, the Evangelical Christian Fellowship of America (ECA) was founded in 1885 in the state of Massachusetts by evangelist and pastor Dr. Joseph Tabor.
The ECA now boasts 1,500 active branches nationwide and is the largest and oldest Christian-affiliated denomination in the U.S. It has more than 25,000 congregations and has a staff of more than 3,500.
It is known for its Biblical scholarship, as well as the denomination’s commitment to teaching the Bible.
The group is one of the largest Christian charities in the United States.
The Evangelical Heritage Foundation of America is the third largest Christian charity in the country, with more than 2,500 congregations.
The nonprofit has an annual budget of more then $5 million and works to ensure the integrity of the Bible and to promote a Christian worldview.
The mission of the National Center for Evangelical Charities (NCEAC) is to “ensure that all people are free to believe what they want, when they want and with whom they want.”
The group’s mission is to educate and train individuals in the Christian faith, and is known to have trained hundreds of ministers in the denomination.
The Christian Legal Society (CLS) was started in 1954 by two evangelical ministers and is headquartered in Washington, D.C. It operates under the umbrella of the Southern Baptist Convention, the nation’s largest evangelical denomination.
Its mission is “to defend and promote the doctrines of Biblical Christianity and its principles in a manner consistent with the Constitution of the United Nations and with the United Methodist Church’s mission.”
It’s a member of the Council of Christian Churches, the United Presbyterian Church, the Southern Baptists and the Christian Church Foundation.
It’s also an affiliate of the Alliance Defending Freedom, which was founded by two former U.K. ministers and includes groups such as the Union for Reform Judaism and the United Church of Christ.
The Heritage Foundation has been a leader in Christian outreach and in supporting the mission of several faith-based organizations.
The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) is the oldest Christian civil liberties organization in the world.
Its founding mission is: “to advance the civil liberties of all Americans and to protect the rights of all persons under all circumstances.”
It was founded as the National Christian Foundation in 1887.
In 1970, the ACLU’s mission statement was: “Our purpose is to promote, protect, and advance the ideals of Christian democracy and the principles of civil and human rights.”
The ACLU is one the most prominent groups in the civil rights movement.
Its legal work has impacted the lives of millions of people in America.
Its programs include defending the rights and freedoms of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer and intersex Americans.
It also defends the civil and political rights of people of color, the elderly, people with disabilities and prisoners of conscience.
The ACLU has long fought to ensure that all Americans have the same right to religious freedom, which includes the right to practice their faith freely.
It represents people in civil suits, lawsuits, and trials.
In 1996, the organization became the first Christian civil rights organization to win a major victory in the landmark Supreme Court case, United States v.
Burwell, which paved the way for same-sex marriage nationwide.
The landmark ruling allowed corporations to refuse to provide goods and services to same-gender couples.
The civil rights groups first focused on religious liberty, but in recent years, the organizations have also worked to defend the civil right to abortion and the right of people to speak their minds about religion.
The National Association of Evangelicals (NAE) is one one of America’s largest Christian denominations.
Its official mission is the “promotion of Christian belief in the life, ministry, and teaching of the Scriptures.”
The NAE’s mission includes promoting the teachings of the Book of Hebrews, the Ten Commandments, the Bible as the word of God, and the New Testament.
Its goal is to prepare Christian ministers for ministry to all people.
The NAES also works to educate members on issues of public concern.
In 2006, the NAE formed the National Commission on American Values to promote Christian values and promote Christian education.
The Commission was named the “Christian Education Council” by the National Association for Christian Educators.
The NCEA has also worked with various government and non-profit groups to advance the agenda of the “American Values” movement.
In recent years it has been involved in the fight to defend and defend the Constitution against attacks by anti-Christian extremists.
In 2004, the NCEAC formed the Alliance for Christian Freedom, an organization dedicated to “strengthening and protecting religious freedom.”
It is the second-largest Christian civil liberty organization in America, with a staff size of more, and has been active in fighting for the right for Christians to practice and defend their faith in America as well.
The Southern Baptist Church (