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Join the CFL Leadership Team

It’s time to take another new step toward building the Christian libertarian movement. Right now, we know that there are untold numbers of Christians in the world interested in libertarian ideas. However, we have very few structures and opportunities available to us (outside of social networking) that help us to band together and spread our ideas to our Christian neighbors. Therefore, we have taken new measures to create these structures and opportunities.

With the success of the 2014 Christians For Liberty Conference we are now looking to turn this event into an organization to provide support to libertarian Christians around the world.
To do this we need to build a team of volunteers to take up responsibility for the success of this initiative.

CFL Volunteer leaders will work closely with me (LCC/CFL founder Norman Horn) and will be responsible for hosting future conferences, maintaining the website, producing content, distributing materials, and most importantly outreach and recruiting new members for the Christians For Liberty community.

Thus, our first goal for these new leaders is to start small groups in our local communities with the intent of hosting regular meetings for Christian libertarians to learn and grow together. These groups in turn will work toward influencing other Christians in their area, teaching them about the virtues of liberty.

Ideal candidates will have strong backgrounds in both libertarianism and Christianity and a passion for building a big tent community of like minded individuals. If you are interested in being part of such an organization, click here and apply today.

Won’t you join us in this grand experiment?

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Dr. Norman Horn

Norman founded LibertarianChristians.com and the Libertarian Christian Institute, and currently serves as its President and Editor-in-Chief. He holds a PhD in Chemical Engineering from the University of Texas at Austin and a Master of Arts in Theological Studies from the Austin Graduate School of Theology. He currently is a Postdoctoral researcher in Chemical Engineering at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

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