Concordia College Welcomes Home Congressman Kevin Cramer
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Concordia College says welcome home to North Dakota’s Congressman Kevin Cramer.
The 1983 Concordia alum spoke to more than 60 faculty, administrators and community members at the university about the importance of using values in business. The Lorentzsen Center for Faith and Work hosts monthly luncheons to talk about faith, ethical values and practices in organizations. Representative Cramer says it’s important to show people how his values are reflected through his political leadership.
“I have many friends in Congress, Republicans and Democrats, who share values. We sometimes find different ways to get to the conclusions, but we’re much more in sync and in much more comradery, I think, than the American public gets to see,” Cramer said.
The next Lorentzsen luncheon will be held on Jan. 15 at the Radisson Hotel in Fargo.