Font Size » Large | SmallThe National Association of Evangelicals celebrated its 75th anniversary at an October 10, 2018, banquet in Washington, D.C. President Randall Bach and his wife, Barbara, represented Open Bible Churches at the celebration. During the day celebration attendees participated in the Washington Briefing, an event designed to allow top-level evangelical leaders to interact directly with leaders in government, think tanks, and advocacy organizations on key issues facing our nation. NAE President Leith Anderson, shown here with Charlene, his wife, will be retiring in 2019. President Bach serves as a member of NAE’s board of directors. NAE’s stated objective at its 1943 inception was to be “a means of cooperation without compromise among Bible-believing Christians of all denominations.” NAE represents more than 45,000 churches from nearly 40 different denominations and serves millions of constituents. NAE members provide worldwide humanitarian assistance through the work of World Relief, exercise an evangelical voice through its Office of Governmental Affairs, and assist evangelical chaplains in the military through its Chaplains Commission. Open Bible Churches is a charter member of the NAE. You may follow the Association at NAE.net or through Facebook or Twitter.