The NHCLC Justice Summit 2013 in a Multi-Cultural gathering.
The NHCLC believes in the protection of the dignity of each human being created in God's image (imago Dei). This fundamental biblical truth inspires us to stand in unity with the Body of Christ in the fight against abortion, human trafficking, racial discrimination, poverty and other unjust actions. The NHCLC Justice Summit is an opportunity to amplify our influence, to dialogue and strategize about key justice issues.

The NHCLC Justice Summit 2013 is an effort to increase our unified commitment and propose answers, from a Christian worldview perspective, to key issues such as:  immigration reform, poverty, the struggle against human trafficking, the defense of the right to life and religious liberty.  In this context, the Summit will also address the topic of key importance, the strategic relationship and solidarity between the Jewish and Christ-centered communities.

SUMMIT SPEAKERS...and more to be announced soon:

 Dr. Samuel Rodriguez Jr., President, NHCLC
Dr. Rev. Bernice King
Dr. Yuri Mantilla, Associate Professor of Law and Director of Global Initiatives, Liberty University
Kelly Rosati, VP of Community Outreach, Focus on the Family
Danielle Jones, Chair, FreedomUNITED Campaign 
Dr. Russell Moore, President of Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission, Southern Baptist Convention 
Mat Staver, Founder and Chairman, Liberty Counsel
David Donaldson, Co-Founder, Convoy of Hope
Bishop Harry Jackson, Bishop of Hope Christian Church
Dr. Carlos Campo: Chairman, Alliance for Hispanic Education
Danielle Jones, Chair for FreedomUNITED Campaign
Robert Gittelson: VP For Governmental Affairs for the NHCLC 
Dr. Gus Reyes, Director of Hispanic Education Initiative, Baptist General Convention of Texas

Jaci Velasquez and Nic Gonzales of the group Salvador. 

Hilton Crystal City, Arlington, VA
2399 Jefferson Davis Hwy, Arlington VA 22202
Monday, November 18th, 12:00pm - 9:30pm
Tuesday, November 19th, 8:00am - 9:30pm
Registration: $199  
Early Bird Registration (until 10/18): $129
Students: $79