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Living Your Faith in a Secular World
Congressman Frank Wolf (R-VA) and former Congressman and Ambassador Tony Hall (D-OH) are best friends from opposite sides of the aisle. They have each lived lives of faith in this highly political city of Washington, D.C. The topic of their address is Calling, Character and Commitment: Living Your Faith in a Secular World.
This audio was recorded during the 2010 C.S. Lewis Institute Annual Fundraising Banquet. For more resources from these annual events, please click here.
Tony Hall, Ambassador, is currently the executive director emeritus of the Alliance to End Hunger, an organization which engages diverse institutions in building the public and political will to end hunger at home and abroad. Hall is also an American politician, diplomat and three times nominee for the Nobel Peace Prize for his humanitarian and hunger-related work (in 1998, 1999 and 2001). Ambassador Hall also serves as the Special Adviser on Hunger for Convoy of Hope. He received multiple awards and recognitions for his hunger legislation and for his work to end hunger. He received honorary Doctor of Laws degrees from Asbury College, Antioch College and Eastern College and a Doctor of Humane Letters degree from Loyola College.