Welcome to the website home of the National Black Fellowship of Assemblies of God.

The National Black Fellowship is one of the many approved ethnic fellowships in the General Council of the Assemblies of God. God’s vision of diversity and unity in Revelation 7:9 “a great multitude from every nation, tribe, people and language“ is clearly seen in these endorsed ethnic fellowships. As with the other ethnic fellowships, the majority of our constituents represent our racial and cultural heritage, which is Black. What we are does not limit what we do, where we go or whom we embrace. We are strategically reaching major cities in America; creating diversity and fostering reconciliation within the kingdom of God; recruiting and empowering the next generation of multi-ethnic leaders; planting and strengthening local churches and ministers in partnership with all ethnicities and in cooperation with District offices.

For The Cause Of Christ,
Michael Nelson, NBF President



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About the NBF

The National Black Fellowship of the Assemblies of God, since it's founding in 1998, has been an integral part of the General Council of the Assemblies of God to help exchange information essential to minister among Black churches, facilitate evangelism strategies for reaching Black communities, establishing churches within America's inner cities helping to establish leadership, training and development for perspective pastors. The National Black Fellowship exists for the purpose of exchanging information, facilitating evangelism and the establishing of churches within its group. No Region is an entity in and of itself.