Alex Murashko

CP Contributor

World Evangelical Alliance Disputes Claim That NHCLC/Conela Is the Representative of Evangelicals in Latin America

The World Evangelical Alliance recently voiced its disagreement with Hispanic evangelical leader the Rev. Samuel Rodriguez's claim that the merger of the National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference and Conela, a Latin America-based organization that serves more than 487,000 Latin churches globally, gives representation to perhaps the largest network of evangelicals in the world and is the representative of evangelicals in Latin America.

Biggest Loser's Ken Andrews Leads Health Ministry, Shares Battles as Emotional Eater

Fans of NBC's Biggest Loser may remember Ken and Austin Andrews, participants in the 11th season of the TV show featuring contestants trying to lose weight for a grand prize, as the father-son combo that both had emotional breakthroughs during the series. Three years later, after launching a health ministry based on Christian values, the duo are still having breakthroughs, but share struggles as well.

Samuel Rodriguez on Mega Merger of Over 500,000 Latino Churches: We're Not Drinking the Kool-Aid, Christianity Is Not in Decline

Hispanic evangelical leader Rev. Samuel Rodriguez, who co-leads perhaps the largest evangelical network in the world as the result of the recent merger of the National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference and Conela, a Latin America-based organization that serves more than 487,000 Latin churches globally, says the new association doesn't accept the premise that Christianity is spiraling downward.