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Twice a month, all levels of Capitol Hill staff are invited to a lunch and a lecture or panel on contemporary political and cultural issues. The goal of these sessions is to promote Christian worldview development so that Hill staff can better understand the significance of their faith in their calling to the public square. Typically, we meet in a House or Senate Committee room from noon to 1:00 p.m. on a Friday, and explore issues such as criminal justice reform, religious freedom, economics, race, and life.

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Things Worth Dying For Thoughts on a Life Worth Living

Charles J. Chaput

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.
Hill Staffer
F&L has facilitated my ability to create a network of like minded believers who can serve as a sounding board for ideas and can help move those ideas forward. F&L is not just a place to go hear lectures (and get free food) and learn about an issue; it's also a place to meet people with whom you can work cooperatively toward common goals.
Agency Staffer
F&L is unique because of the overarching community in DC that undergirds it. The sense of community, family, and partnership is tangible. It’s apparent people are living out their dream, by chronicling a Biblical narrative in the midst of our Nation’s Capital.
Hill Staffer