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Inspiring leaders with the person and values of Jesus
Serving and inspiring leaders
For more than three decades, the Christian Embassy has been a bridge between leaders in Ottawa, across Canada and from around the world. Special initiatives such as luncheons, roundtables, individual meetings and visits with ambassadors to diverse businesses across Canada give leaders the opportunity to see how the values of Jesus bring light to professional, personal and spiritual facets of life.
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"The Christian Embassy's work to provide friendship, support and spiritual encouragement to members of Parliament, senators and members of the diplomatic corps is a significant contribution to the well-being of these national and international leaders."
Our volunteers represent diverse skills and life experiences. Some are developing experience for their future careers, while others are living generously in their retirement.
All you need is a willingness to help people, a little time to share and a desire to challenge yourself. With God’s enabling, your gift of time and energy can make an eternal difference in the life of a leader.
"The Christian Embassy provides me and other MPs with a needed personal focus and an outlet to serve. Their team helps me make connections with ambassadors as part of my government service. They also offer opportunities for me to grow in my relationship with God as I reach out to encourage leaders in Ottawa and overseas. I doubt the Christian Embassy is aware of the full extent of their positive impact."
"I think every ambassador and high commissioner should connect with the Christian Embassy. I have found their team to be very helpful to my work as an ambassador for networking, because of the many people they know. With their help, I also better understand the Bible."
Events and Opportunities
November 23, 2021
“The Most Important Judicial Virtue” with Supreme Court of Canada Justice, the Honourable Russell Brown
A Christmas celebration to inspire and connect diplomats, parliamentarians and business leaders from across Canada and the world.
What is the most important judicial virtue? For decades, lawyers, judges and academics have debated this. The leading views focus on competing virtues of sympathy and detachment, but can they be reconciled? And if so, how?
September 28, 2021 14h30-15h30 EDT
“Election Analysis” with Mr. Lucas Malinowski and Mr. Mike Donison
Lucas Malinowski and Mike Donison will summarize the election results with an analysis of the outcome. They will comment on the role they played in the campaign as observers. They will also speak about how their faith shapes their perspectives on the election results.
“Insights on the Canadian Electoral Process” with Mr. Mike Donison and Deputy Speaker MP Bruce Stanton
September 9, 2021
Mr. Mike Donison summarizes the rules governing the calling and the conduct of a Canadian federal general election. Deputy Speaker MP Bruce Stanton gives perspective from his experience as a five time successful candidate. They address some of the major developments early in the election campaign, followed by Question and Answer.
"We look forward to serving you! We invite you to join in our initiatives and see the values of Jesus bring light to the professional, personal and spiritual facets of life. Interactions with leaders from Canada and around the globe will also sharpen you as a leader."
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