November 29, 2022 18h30-21h00
Is there reason for hope in these times which seem to be defined by gloomy forecasts? Hear of critical elements that are almost entirely absent from today’s policy, strategic and social discourse.
Diplomats, parliamentarians, business leaders and their guests are invited to begin celebrating the Christmas season by enjoying a festive meal, live seasonal music and inspirational keynote speaker Peter Hall.
October 13, 2022
“Speaking Words of Life and Hope” with Mrs. Barbara Rudd Degenhardt, M.Ed., R.P.
Living out our abundant life and overflowing hope
Our world is in need of solutions to address the challenges we are facing. How can I make a difference by speaking life and hope in my workplace, my family and my community?
June 7, 2022
“Be Filled With the Holy Spirit!” with Mr. Robert Montgomery
It is impossible to live the Christian life without the Holy Spirit. As believers we want to know how to be filled with the Holy Spirit and how to help other believers experience His power and work in their lives.
April 28, 2022
Join Barbara Rudd Degenhardt for an online seminar followed by Q&A to gain insights on becoming effective Kingdom emissaries.
Grow in confidence and effectiveness in interacting with diplomats and dignitaries:
– Connecting, engaging and hosting
– Developing active listening skills
– Understanding cultural contexts
– Speaking life and hope
February 23, 2022
Challenges in the automotive sector, one of the most innovative and technologically advanced industries in the world, provide the background to discuss issues of international trade, supply chain dynamics and public policy adjustments, including energy and environmentally related policy.
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?