C.S. Lewis Institute Annapolis

 

 

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178 Prince George St.
Annapolis, MD 21401
Jim Phillips
Email: j.phillips@cslewisinstitute.org
Phone: 717-421-5544


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."

Discipleship in Annapolis:
  • The C.S. Lewis Fellows Program is an intensive discipleship and mentoring program that focuses on theological and spiritual growth. Its goal is to develop disciples who can articulate, defend, and live out faith in Jesus in public and personal life. The Fellows Program in Annapolis is an extension of the C.S. Lewis Institute Fellows Program in Washington, D.C. which began in 1976 and stresses discipleship of heart and mind.  
  • Apologetic and Discipleship Seminars are held regularly for fellows, students, and the general public. These feature world respected authors and speakers on a variety of topics from practical discipleship to the relationship between science and faith, from the role of the church in the Middle East to dating, marriage and relationships. All encourage participants to make the Kingdom of God rule in their hearts and lives.
  • Student Fellowships are offered as a chance to build relationships with fellow Christians, and where the important issues of the day or life in general can be explored and discussed from the perspective of biblical orthodoxy.
  • Pastor Fellowships are hosted quarterly by the Institute for fellowship and informal exchange. It is our desire to serve the church in its role to make disciples.
 
Who we are:

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.

 

 

Amy Yearwood, Planning & Events Coordinator
Email
 | ph. 251-751-6406

Amy Yearwood is a graduate of Birmingham-Southern College and hails from the Alabama Gulf Coast. After college she spent two years in the inner-city of London at All Saints Church, Peckham, and studied at the Oxford Center for Christian Apologetic's eight week Business Program. Following God's call she moved to Annapolis to work for the Institute and has a passion for discipling and mentoring college students.

 

 

The facilitators of CSLI-Annapolis are George Anderson, 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

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