201 July 14-18, 2014

Continue the Journey in Our Nation's Capital (See the Video)

In the heart of our Nation’s Capital, students are challenged to think about their responsibilityto shape their society while considering how a Christian worldview speaks into today’s moral and ethical questions. As students experience Washington, D.C. in an ever-before-seen way, they are equipped to lead in the larger context of culture.

Visit National Monuments. The Holocaust Museum. Arlington Cemetery and the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. The US Capitol. The Smithsonians. The National Archives. Christ Church. And Pictures at The Supreme Court and The White House.

Experience Live with honor among the graves of Arlington Cemetery. Grapple with deep questions about justice in the shadow of the Holocaust. Learn power of legacy while exploring our national monuments by twilight. Watch theology and culture intersect at the US Capitol. Feel the call to influence our Nation.


  • Learning the faith of our founding fathers at Christ Church
  • Private wreath-laying ceremony at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier and Exploring the Just War Theory through the lens of Arlington Cemetery
  • Tour of the National Monuments by twilight
  • Examining the possibility of a second Holocaust after touring the Holocaust Museum
  • Go Inside the Beltway with exclusive behind the scene briefings from prominent Executive, Judicial, and Legislative Branches representatives
  • Excursions to the National Archives, Supreme Court Champers, U.S. Capitol, Smithsonian
  • Night at the National Press Club with discussing the political, spiritual and national issues our students will face.
  • Rules and Tools of Leadership Level Two taught by leading business men and women. From sessions with Dr. Bob Reccord, Executive Director of Council of National Policy, on Leading from the Inside Out, to Colonel Kim Poole, Officer of the Secretary of Defense, on Key Traits of a Christian Leader, and Tim Tassopolous, Senior V.P. of Operations for Chick-fil-A, on Commit to Excellence, students will be blown away by some of the nation's authorities on leadership.

Faculty have Included:

Dr. Jay Strack, Brent Crowe, Dr. Richard Land, Dr. Bob Reccord, Bob Wieland, Chaplain Barry C. Black, Wendy Wright, Tim Tassopolous, Mark Miller, Colonel Kim Poole, and more!



Early Bird Price

Discount Price

Regular Price

By Nov 16 By March 15 By May 24 After May 24
Please note, a deposit of $100 is due at the time of registration. Trip insurance can be purchased for an additional $30 for comprehensive and $46 for comprehensive plus cancellation for any reason

Hotel Information

Crystal Gateway Marriott
1700 Jefferson Davis Highway
Arlington, VA 22202
(703) 920-3230

Please note: conference pricing is based on QUAD occupancy. If you are a single, SLU will place you in a room with other singles. All rooms have two double beds and there are no rollaway beds available. For rooms of less than four people, there will be an additional charge of $186 per empty spot. Rooms may not be co-ed unless members of the same family. Students under 18 may not room alone. Rooms will be available at 4:00 pm. If you want to extend your stay before or after the conference dates, you may do this for an additional charge of $186 per room per night based on availability.

Airport and Flight Information:
Baltimore/Washington International (36 miles from hotel)
Dulles (27 miles from hotel)
Reagan National (5 miles from hotel)
(Airport shuttle is not included)

Contact Us

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