The 2007 Global Leadership Forum takes place at Fairfax Community Church (directions) on 21 & 22 September. Registration includes admission to an evening dialogue with Secretary Madeleine Albright and Ambassador Robert Seiple, followed by a dessert reception. Registration also includes both sessions in addition to complimentary breakfast and lunch on Saturday 22 September.

The 2007 Forum will allow participants to experience for themselves the full complexity and sovereignty of God through the unique reflections of public servants who have lived and thought through what it means to take faith and international affairs seriously. The interactive dialogue format of this year’s event will be of interest to any Christian involved in or interested in international affairs, as well as those who follow religion’s role in international affairs. The event includes networking opportunities with other like-minded people.

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About the Institute for Global Engagement (IGE)

IGE, a faith-based organization, promotes sustainable environments for religious freedom worldwide. IGE believes firmly in universal human dignity and is committed to the protection of all faiths through the rule of law, by encouraging governments to protect religious freedom (top-down engagement) and equipping citizens to exercise that freedom responsibly (bottom-up engagement).

About the Great Room Lecture Series

Fairfax Community’s Great Room Lecture Series focuses on equipping followers of Christ for greater Kingdom impact in the “marketplace” through monthly lectures that combine the best in Biblical scholarship with “best practice” examples of living out a thoughtful and relevant witness in places where faith, culture, and vocation intersect.