In this episode of the Leadership Roundtable, we are joined by Chaplain (MAJ) Mark Lee to discuss moral leadership in an institutional setting hostile to it. Chaplain Lee has an incredible bio, including a number of civilian and military degrees, several commendation medals, and a ministry background across the world, including serving as the CLS President at the University of Hawaii and pastoring the largest congregation in the U.S. Army.
For more on Chaplain Lee, check out the CLS YouTube page here.
A conversation with Andrew Speicher about navigating faith from the big law to the small in the State of Kansas. For more on Andrew, visit his firm page here.
This conversation was part of the Foundations Series, a new web content venture from Christian Legal Society aimed at helping Christian law students transition from 3Ls to first-year associates. To listen to the first conversation with Bob Cochran, go here.
Over the 2023 March for Life, CLS co-sponsored an event Thursday night with FCLNY and Guiding Star Project as part of the Reframing Agency series. The event featured Christine Emba (Washington Post), Erika Bachiochi (EPPC), and Destiny Herndon-De La Rosa (Moderator). The heart of the discussion was premised on Christine's Rethinking Sex: A Provocation and Erika's The Rights of Women: Reclaiming a Lost Vision. Both great books worth reading.
Destiny is part of New Wave Feminists, who's making her third appearance on the Cross & Gavel (see Episode #109 and Episode #122).
The episode was produced by Josh Deng, with music from Vexento. A special thanks to Nick and Ashley Barnett for their contribution in making this podcast possible.