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What is the National Leadership Briefing?

As people of faith and citizens of Canada, each one of us has authority.

The National Leadership Briefing is designed to inform citizens within the faith communities of Canada of the authority they possess and mobilize them into the realms of society, culture, politics, and government.

On the first Friday of every month, citizens from across Canada come together for a one-hour informative webinar which addresses the most pressing government policy issues, our civic & biblical responsibility to respond and the power of utilizing our combined voice.

This nationwide initiative brings together faith leaders, community leaders, parents and citizens at large who are dedicated to growing support of our views and values.

We do this by positively communicating our views and participating in meaningful action that focuses on promoting these 4 Pillars.

The National Leadership Briefing works to advance into society, culture, politics and government, the underlying principles of

The Four Pillars

Pillar #1

Parental Authority

Parents have the right to raise their children the way they want.
Pillar #2

Right of Belief

Those we elect to serve us in civil government must respect and defend our right of belief and freedom of religion.

Pillar #3

Protection for the Vulnerable

The laws and policies of civil government must provide for the safety and security of the citizens, especially the vulnerable.

Pillar #4

Our Children and Future Generations

It is inappropriate for civil government to heap debt upon the backs of our children and future generations.

What Can I do?

If you agree with the four pillars and are committed to promoting them within your spheres of influence, consider taking these next steps


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The Four Pillars

Click here to learn more about The Four Pillars and what they stand for