Centennial Institute at Colorado Christian University works to enhance public understanding of the most important issues relating to faith, family, and freedom.
Meet our team of public policy professionals and issue experts, working to uphold faith, family, and freedom as the keys to America’s future.
We offer a series of programs designed to support civil discourse by bringing forward clear and thoughtful ideas from our state and nation’s thought leaders.
Each month in Centennial Review, we publish essays on the fundamentals of a free and just society, adapted from speeches given by leading voices at our think tank or in the CCU community. Read this month’s Centennial Review to find out what we’re discussing.
As Colorado Christian University’s think tank, we draw on the expertise of CCU Faculty, Centennial Institute Fellows, and other skilled policy analysts to provide background and recommendations on current issues facing policymakers in Colorado and the nation.
Discover the work Centennial Institute has done on important, national issues.
The Western Conservative Summit (WCS) has become the largest gathering of conservatives in the Western United States and the signature event of the Centennial Institute at Colorado Christian University. Read More
Our monthly Issue Forums offer the opportunity for some of the top thought leaders to CCU’s campus to speak on the major issues facing our state and nation.Read more.
The Western Conservative Summit Youth Conference offers students, ages 16-20, the unique opportunity to be exposed to the nation’s most-pressing issues and learn how to impact the culture in support of Faith, Family, and Freedom. Read more.
The Centennial Institute’s staff and fellows actively speak into the issues of the day. Learn about our latest announcements and projects here.
The Frontier Freedom Hour, a Salem Media production, is the Centennial Institute’s weekly radio show and podcast, examining issues from a western, Biblical perspective.
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