CHAMPIONS FOR RELIGIOUS LIBERTY​
     
 

The Lutheran Center for Religious Liberty is working to raise up Champions for Religious Liberty who use Reformation Restraint in interactions; practice God’s preserving / saving Dynamic Differentiation in engagements with the world; use temporal freedoms to proclaim the eternal freedoms of Jesus for all; and cherishes, honors, respects, and protects all human life.

The Lutheran Center for Religious Liberty is offering and conducting “Champions for Religious Liberty” events around the country that provide instruction and inspiration to laypeople interested in becoming a Champion for Religious Liberty.

 
The Challenge
As Christians we walk in the intersection of Church and State. The Bible calls us to “give to Caesar what is Caesar’s, and to give to God what is God’s,” and to “submit to the authorities.” But what is Caesar’s and what is God’s? How and when do we submit to authorities? Rev. Dr. Gregory Seltz, Executive Director of the Lutheran Center for Religious Liberty will provide instruction and inspiration in how we can exercise our temporal liberties in service to God’s eternal liberty, the Gospel of Jesus so that all might hear and believe.
The Event: 
 
This is a one-day event beginning with Registration at 9:15 AM and concluding at 2:00 PM with lunch provided. There will be three teaching sessions: 
 
1. A TWO-KINGDOMS – ONE MISSION:
Foundations
2. GOD AT WORK – A TWO-KINGDOM EXERCISE IN THE AMERICAN CONTEXT:
Concerns, Trends, Victories, Engagements
3. SET FREE TO LIVE FREELY FOR OTHERS:
A Two-Kingdom engagement of the Culture for the sake of the mission of the Church
   
Options:  
There are three events offered:   
   
1. Champions for Religious Liberty – Congregational Event:
Designed for the whole congregation or groups of congregations.
 
   
2. Champions for Religious Liberty – Men’s Event:
Designed specifically for a group of men.
 
   
3. Champions for Religious Liberty – Women’s Event:
Designed specifically for a group of women.
 
   
 
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