Acton University–June 18-21, 2013

The Acton Institute is pleased to announce that registration is now open for the 2013 Acton University (AU), which will take place on June 18-21 in Grand Rapids, Michigan.

For four days each June, the Acton Institute convenes an ecumenical conference of pastors, seminarians, educators, non-profit managers, business people and philanthropists from more than 50 countries in Grand Rapids. Here, 800 people of faith gather to integrate and better articulate faith and free enterprise, entrepreneurship, sound public policy, and effective leadership at the local church and community level. With this week of fellowship and discourse, participants build a theological and economic infrastructure for the work of restoring and defending hope and dignity to people around the world. This is Acton University.

This year’s distinguished international faculty will once again guide participants through an expanded curriculum, offering even greater depth of exploration into the intellectual foundations of a free society.

Space and scholarship funds are limited – so register or apply now! Please visit university.acton.org where you will find the online registration form along with complete conference information. If you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact the programs staff at programs@acton.org or at 616.454.3080.

I serve Acton Institute as a partner by resourcing them as a senior adviser. I seek to recruit and develop relationships with seminary presidents, deans and faculty. I plan to be in Grand Rapids at this meeting in 2013, as I have over the years past, and hope some of you will plan to be there with me. If you are a part of the administration or faculty of a seminary contact me directly and I will tell you how you can receive a special scholarship. If you are a post-college student there is also a way to apply for a scholarship. The same applies to others who have a definite need for help. Please apply, if you are interested, and let me know how I can help you.

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