How do I lead change?

Our residential fellowship programs are deep and effective training in the knowledge, character, and skills you need for wise public leadership.

ABOUT LMI

We train people to be biblically faithful, culturally intelligent, and positively engaged for the common good.

Our Programs

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Residential Fellowships

Spend 3 months in a transformative learning community interacting with leading thinkers and practitioners in public policy and leadership. Each fellowship program includes modules in theological foundations, intellectual history and political philosophy, seminars on public policy and social ethics, as well as practical skills training including public speaking and writing.

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Intensives

Our intensives are designed to either give you a ‘taster’ of LMI in a shorter format or to provide a deep dive into a particular subject. Different themed intensives run each year.

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Research Fellowship

Join the LMI community for 3-6 months while undertaking your own Master’s or PhD level research. You will have the opportunity to interact with LMI Fellows and Faculty, present seminars on your research, and be encouraged in thought leadership.

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Events & Intensives Programs

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Resources

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Book Review: Liberty For All: Defending Everyone’s Freedom in a Pluralistic Age
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Principles and Principals: Thoughts on a Cruel Week for a Christian School.
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Book Review: How Can I Love Church Members With Different Politics – Leeman & Naselli
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Political Animals – Christian Citizenship and the Christian Political Vocation: A Conversation with Dan Anderson
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Book Review: Liberty For All: Defending Everyone’s Freedom in a Pluralistic Age
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Principles and Principals: Thoughts on a Cruel Week for a Christian School.
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Book Review: How Can I Love Church Members With Different Politics – Leeman & Naselli
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Political Animals – Christian Citizenship and the Christian Political Vocation: A Conversation with Dan Anderson

The Lachlan Macquarie Fellowship was formative in many ways. It shed light on the kind of leader and team player I am while giving me insight into the character attributes I needed to further develop. It gave me the opportunity to expand my network into a pool of like-minded, young Christian professionals – some of which I now count among my lifelong friends. The many things I learnt and took away from the fellowship equipped me to enter the realm of federal politics with confidence and conviction, knowing what I believe and what I will stand up for.”

Are you ready to lead change in this world?