Objects of the Christian Legal Fellowship
To promote the Gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ, and religious ideals, consistent with the Judeo-Christian roots from the Old and New Testaments, in the legal community and the community at large, and in particular, but without limiting the generality of the foregoing objects, for the attainment of such objects and incidental thereto:
- to deepen and strengthen the spiritual life of its members and the family of each member at local chapter meetings, retreats and conferences, through:
- the study of God's Word;
- communing with God in prayer;
- fellowship with one another;
- to encourage and facilitate among Christians in the vocation of law the integration of a biblical faith with contemporary legal, moral, social and political issues;
- to assist Christians in the vocation of law in manifesting a life filled with the Holy Spirit of God in all dimensions of the practice of law;
- to encourage witnessing as individual members and as a corporate body to the Lord Jesus Christ as God Incarnate and to seek to lead others to a personal faith in Him as Saviour and Lord;
- to encourage Christians in the vocation of law, under the enablement of the Holy Spirit of God, to demonstrate responsible Christian love in the home, office, community and church;
- to assist Christians in the vocation of law to explore, study, and assert to the legal community and society at large the relevance of the Christian faith to every issue of private life and public concern;
- to encourage Christians in the vocation of law to accept the responsibility that they are the instruments through which the Holy Spirit of God works, and therefore are obliged to direct the law to reflect God’s righteousness and mercy, fully realizing that it is through the power of Christ and not the works of man that the Kingdom of God will be ushered in;
- to encourage Christians in the vocation of law to do justice and show compassion as individual members and as a corporate body, especially to those who are needy, as befits citizens of the Kingdom of God;
- to encourage and support Christian students in preparation for their professional careers and in their spiritual development;
- to co-operate with bar associations and other organizations in asserting and maintaining a morality based on the old and new testaments.
* as set out in the Christian Legal Fellowship Charter.