Body Cameras for Police Are ‘Necessity,’ Says Pastor

Gabriel Salguero, pastor of Lamb’s Church of the Nazarene, a multicultural congregation in New York City, said in statement the video shows the need to address the tension between “some law enforcement departments and communities of color.” “What

Catholics, Evangelicals team up to fight poverty

When asked if any policy ideas created at the summit would be able to survive the hyperpolarized atmosphere in Washington, Gabriel Salguero, president of the National Latino Evangelical Coalition, voiced hope. “We’re leading with the question about ch

NaLEC President talks to Bloomberg News About Poverty

Gabriel Salguero, president of National Latino Evangelical Coalition, said the concept of equal opportunities for children “helps people speak in a way that’s hopefully trans-partisan” and “creates space for healthy conversations.” His group is

Faith for Just Lending; A Call to End Predatory Payday Lending

“As evangelicals committed to justice we deeply lament the predatory lending that has disproportionately impacted poor communities. Scripture is clear about its denouncement of usury and calls us to call for laws that defend against it. Silence is not a

Rev. Salguero Senate Testimony

My name is Gabriel Salguero. With my wife, Jeanette, I am the pastor of the Lamb’s Church of the Nazarene in New York City and I am the founder of the National Latino Evangelical Coalition (NaLEC) which represents some of the more than 8 million Latino

Hispanic Evangelicals: Puerto Rico Demands Action

The debt crisis is tearing Puerto Rico’s communities apart… And yet faced with this catastrophe, Congress is blinking. Its members are being bombarded by misleading advertisements labeling any legislative solution “a bailout.” Speaker Paul Rya

Evangelical Latinos Stand with Immigrant Youth

DACA has allowed 32,800 young Floridians to pursue their dreams, contribute to their community and live without fear of deportation in the country they call home. Ending DACA would be morally wrong, and some estimate that it could cost Florida $1.5 billio