The TCC is the realization of an idea developed by Henk Jan van Schothorst and Todd Huizinga. Henk Jan and Todd began to discuss this idea in 2012. Both of them agreed on the need to bring Christians in public life together across the Atlantic in order to counteract the pervasive secularization in the public square in both Europe and America and the resulting weakening of the transatlantic commitment to the foundational Western values and institutions that are rooted in the Christian world view -- limited government, free markets and individual liberty, among others. As their conversations began in the first half of 2012, Henk Jan’s perspective was that of a former staffer for a Christian member of the European Parliament and a long-time political advisor to Christian political networks and movements in Eastern Europe and Africa. Todd’s perspective was that of a twenty-year U.S. diplomat with a concentration on European affairs serving, in 2012, as political counselor at the U.S. Mission to the European Union in Brussels, his final Foreign Service assignment. When Todd left the Foreign Service on November 30, 2012 work began in earnest to establish the TCC. The TCC is since January 2013 a non-profit corporation in the Netherlands, with a separate incorporation since March 2013 in Michigan. Both the Michigan and Netherlands corporations have tax-exempt status. We have spoken to many key Christians in public life and established ties with many key Christian and conservative organizations who support our idea. Implementation of TCC's objectives is now taking place on all fronts, including forming an Advisory Board, building a comprehensive website and developing an effective fundraising strategy. Among other things TCC has organized two major events in it's first two years of existence: the inaugural conference, which took place in Royal Cercle Gaulois, Brussels on December 4, 2013 and events which took place in the Library of Congress and the Capitol in Washington D.C., September 10-12, 2014. A broader picture of TCC's increasing activities are summarized in the annual reports of 2014 and 2015.