FULL-TIME AIDES ONLY: Cultivate A Family-Centered Culture For The Post-Covid Days Ahead

Faith & Law (F&L) is a great group of present and former Hill staffers who, as believing and practicing Christians, seek to understand how best to relate their faith into their professional life, to the benefit of both.

One key part of the F&L program is a series of seminars, webinars and group discussions focusing on various aspects of the faith/profession inter-play. Balancing work and family for married congressional aides, especially those with children, can be tremendously challenging.

Today at 10 am, F&L hosts a video conference featuring Rachel Anderson, Resident Fellow at the Center for Public Justice described as “an interactive session focused on the issue of paid family leave. We encourage you to read these articles articles in preparation, but if you do not have time to read, please come anyway.

“When Amy Coney Barrett, a mother of 8, was appointed to the nation’s highest court she inspired the public with a new model of faith, family life, and professional excellence.

“Chances are, many households would love to integrate their family life and public vocations in such a way. How might we build a family-centered culture in which more families could achieve this aspiration? We’ll consider the prospects for cultivating a family-centered culture and grapple with some of the truths about family that might inform family-centered culture and policy.”

Be sure and click to RSVP.


 

Author: Mark Tapscott

Follower of Christ, devoted husband of Claudia, doting father and grandfather, conservative lover of liberty, journalist and First Amendment fanatic, former Hill and Reagan aide, vintage Formula Ford racer, Okie by birth/Texan by blood/proud of both, resident of Maryland. Go here: https://hillfaith.blog/about-hillfaith-2/

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