A Tale of Two Revolutions: 1776 and 1789, and their relevance to 2020. RSVP

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A Biblical Framework for Paid Family Leave

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Attendance will be limited for this function, so your prompt RSVP is very much appreciated.

Rachel Anderson is a Resident Fellow with the Center for Public Justice, leading the Families Valued project. Her work focuses on work and family policy and faith-based civic engagement.

Previously, Rachel was the Director of Faith Affairs at the Center for Responsible Lending (CRL), a non-profit organization dedicated to creating and protecting opportunity by ending predatory lending. She developed CRL’s Faith & Credit program, fostering and supporting faith-based advocacy efforts in over 20 states and forming a diverse coalition of religious institutions representing 92 million Americans.

Before joining the Center for Responsible Lending, Rachel was the founding Executive Director of the Boston Faith & Justice Network, an innovative social justice organization that bridges liberal and conservative theological divides. Rachel has been an organizing trainer for World Vision, International Justice Mission, and Episcopalians for Global Reconciliation and served as a Teaching Fellow at Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government. She is a graduate of Harvard Law and Divinity Schools.

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A Tale of Two Revolutions 1776 and 1789, and their relevance to 2020

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Free to Believe

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Free to Believe The Battle Over Religious Liberty in America

Luke Goodrich

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F&L provides the Biblical perspective on a myriad of current policies that every Christian should strive to gain knowledge of as a staff on Capitol Hill.
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Faith and Law has been an immense encouragement for us as staff to set aside dividing party labels and to come together under one common purpose of making Christ’s name known through our work here on the Hill.
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No one is doing a Christian perspective on policy with briefings. This is the only briefing series like it on the Hill.
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