Rev. Dean Nelson
National Church Outreach Director
Dean is the National Outreach Director at Human Coalition, working out the Washington D.C. area. He is also the Chairman of the Board for the Frederick Douglass Foundation. He has worked for other major pro-life and Christian organizations including CareNet and Global Outreach Campus Ministries. Rev. Nelson also served as part of the Wellington Boone Ministries’ senior strategic planning team, which planted ministries in capital cities like Richmond, Virginia, Atlanta, Georgia, Raleigh, North Carolina and the greater Washington, DC area.
Dean is an executive leader and organizational consultant with over twenty years of experience in ministry and over ten years in political activism on local, state and national levels. He is a sought after speaker for churches, media outlets and other organizations, giving frequent interviews on ABC and NBC affiliate networks in the Washington, DC area and has also appeared on the 700 Club, CBN News, and MSNBC. He also is a frequent guest on Christian radio programs including the Bott Radio Network and American Family Radio.
Rev. Nelson is a licensed minister from Salem Baptist Church and an ordained pastor with Wellington Boone Ministries. He is married to the love of his life, Julia Nelson, who works as a freelance writer and homeschools their three children.
- In Support of the “National Day of Prayer”
Although we are witnessing daily attempts to remove all acknowledgement of God from the public square, throughout history our nation’s leaders have publicly called in the nation to cry out to God to ask for His blessing and forgiveness. Such proclamations were acknowledgment of our collective dependence on God and our need for His mercy. […]
- “Ain’t I a Woman?”
Sojourner Truth’s Life Repudiates Planned Parenthood’s Agenda
It’s Women’s History Month, yet another opportunity for abortion advocates to promote their cause by hijacking the legacy of God-fearing women. Planned Parenthood—whose use of the #blacklivesmatter hashtag raised more than a few eyebrows—decided to raise their irony quotient by tweeting a tribute to Sojourner Truth as a “former slave, abolitionist, women’s rights advocate.” Now […]
- Black History Heroes: Frederick Douglass on Life and Liberty
Frederick Douglass, born this month in 1818, escaped slavery to become a leading abolitionist, writer and statesman. A captivating orator, Douglass told a crowd in his famous 1852 speech What to a Slave is the Fourth of July? : “I have said that the Declaration of Independence is the ring-bolt to the chain of your […]
- Human Coalition to Host Historic Prayer Gathering
On January 21, 2015, Human Coalition along with The Radiance Foundation and Bound for Life will host OneVoiceDC, the first ever non-denominational prayer and worship event at the 42nd annual March for Life. The event will begin at 7:00 PM at the Renaissance Hotel in downtown Washington, DC. Each year since Roe v. Wade, […]
- Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s Niece Agrees: Black Lives Matter
The recent grand jury decision in Ferguson, Missouri has launched a swarm of protests across the nation, declaring with signs and social media hashtags that #BlackLivesMatter. The tragic death of Michael Brown reminds us how many young men like him die far before their time. Ironically, Planned Parenthood—the nation’s largest abortion provider—was one of the […]