Are you unsure if you want to attend the Christians For Liberty 2016 Conference? Perhaps our stellar (and finalized) slate of speakers will convince you. Over the next week we’ll post full bios for each speaker as well. (Also, look to the end for special information about a hotel deal if you’re traveling!)
Keynote: Dr. Robert Murphy – Professor with the Free Market Institute at Texas Tech University and acclaimed author, lecturer, and economic consultant.
Dr. Victor Claar – Acton Institute Sponsored Speaker, Professor of Economics at Henderson State University
Dr. Jamin Hubner – Associate Professor of Christian Studies at John Witherspoon College
Dr. Mark Cherry – Professor of Philosophy at St. Edwards University
Elise Daniels – Author and Press Secretary in the U.S. House of Representatives
Jacqueline Isaacs – Council for Christian Colleges and Universities
Lauren Daugherty – Libertarian National Committee, Former Executive Director of the Libertarian Party of Texas
David Gornoski – Non-violence advocate and Entrepreneur
Jason Rink – Executive Director of the Foundation for a Free Society, Board Member of LCI, and Entrepreneur
Dr. Norman Horn – And finally, there’s yours truly, President of LCI. If you’re not sick of me yet, I’ll be there too!
You don’t want to miss this great event! You can register today via EventBrite to reserve your spot and join us. The Christians For Liberty 2016 Conference will be an exciting and wonderful time of learning, fun, and fellowship, and we look forward to welcoming you to Austin. As always, you can get all the relevant information about the conference at the official CFL page.
If you’re traveling to the conference, we have arranged a special hotel deal for you. The Hampton Inn Austin South (just a short drive from the St. Edwards campus) is offering CFL attendees a special rate of $119 per night if you make a reservation via this link or call (512-442-4040) and mention that you are with the Christians For Liberty Conference. Just be sure to make your reservation by Friday July 22.