Faith and Freedom: Principles and Perspective

Increasingly, Canadians’ fundamental freedoms of conscience, religion, thought, belief, opinion, expression and association are threatened.  Rather, than respond with anger, fear or apathy, Christians are called to proactively live out their faith in love.  Marty will provided perspective on current challenges and share key principles to use in standing for freedom and sharing your faith.

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Marty Moore

Marty Moore is a staff lawyer with the Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedoms. He completed his law degree in 2010, and practiced law in the Chicago area where he served as counsel for an international Christian ministry. He returned to Canada in 2013, and began working for the Justice Centre in 2014. Marty’s work centres on defending the freedoms of conscience, religion, expression, association and parental rights in education. He is involved in the Justice Centre’s litigation cases and regularly represents clients in the exercise of their constitutional freedoms.