The application period for the upcoming 2017-18 Fellows Program
Year One Applications: You may complete the application using the web form (preferred) or the downloadable PDF (fill out by hand). If using the PDF, please print, then mail or fax the completed form to the Institute via the information listed below. Once your application has been submitted, please have your pastor and one non-related person who knows you well submit a Fellows Program Recommendation Form and return it directly to the Institute either via the web form or the information provided below.
YEAR ONE APPLICATION
YEAR ONE RECOMMENDATION
178 Prince George St.
Annapolis, MD 21401
The C.S. Lewis Fellows Institute in Annapolis seeks to reach people in every sphere of life. Taking part in CSLI events, followers of Jesus are motivated to be dedicated disciples and become mentors, teachers, lay leaders, clergy, i.e. ambassadors for Jesus. They learn to put nationalism, denominationalism, and any other person, institution, or thing that competes for Jesus' right to rule in our hearts at His feet, so that He may reign supreme over all we are and do!
We ask for your prayers as we strive to adopt George Muller's approach to ministry, that is: to do only what Jesus has ordained, only where He ordains it, and using only the resources He has provided so that "this ministry will bear witness to the fact that there is reality in dealing with God alone."
Jim Phillips, City Director
Email | ph. 717-421-5544
Jim Phillips has served as the City Director for the C.S. Lewis Institute Annapolis since 2009. He has over 30 years executive management experience in the Information Technology industry serving IBM and Computer Aid, Inc. (CAI). Jim is a 1975 graduate of the U.S. Naval Academy and a U.S. Marine Corps Harrier pilot. He and his wife Ann live in Annapolis, MD and attend the U.S. Naval Academy Chapel.
T.J. Thigpen, Student Ministry Facilitator
T.J. Thigpen works with the C.S. Lewis Institute of Annapolis to serve students in the area. T.J. has spent time helping students in Russia, Taiwan, and the U.S. He, along with his wife and son, live in Annapolis and enjoy the opportunity they have to love and support their community. He has also completed both the Year 1 and Year 2 CSLI Fellows Program.
Elaine Mitchem, Planning & Events Coordinator
Elaine Mitchem is the Planning & Events Coordinator for the C.S. Lewis Institute of Annapolis. Before coming to the Institute she spent 16 years helping to coordinate the National Prayer Breakfast, and also participated in the C.S. Lewis Annapolis Fellows Program. Elaine holds a degree in History from Westmont College in Santa Barbara, CA, and has lived in the Annapolis area for 25 years.
The facilitators of CSLI-Annapolis are George Anderson, Alan “Blues” Baker, Sigval Berg, John Bishop, Jim Hiskey, and Jim Phillips. They are committed to the Institute and furthering discipleship in the Annapolis community.
For more information about C.S. Lewis Institute-Annapolis, see our brochure.