C.S. Lewis Institute Atlanta

The application period for the upcoming 2015-16 Fellows Program is now open. Please send your applications and recommendations to the information listed below by April 15th, 2015.
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C.S. Lewis Institute - Atlanta
P.O. Box 81575
Atlanta, GA 30366
Attn: Bill Smith (men) or Ashley Decker (women)
Email: Men: b.smith@cslewisinstitute.org
Email: Women: a.decker@cslewisinstitute.org
Phone: 404-271-4124 / Fax: 270-916-4943

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The C.S. Lewis Institute Atlanta is devoted to developing disciples who will articulate, defend, and live their faith in Christ in personal and public life. The C.S. Lewis Institute Atlanta is an extension of the C.S. Lewis Institute in Washington D.C. which began in 1976 and stresses discipleship of heart and mind. The Institute works in partnership with local churches to help believers glorify God by becoming mature disciples of Jesus Christ who impact the spheres of influence to which God has called them. This discipleship occurs through:

 

April 8, 2015 | Johnson Ferry Baptist Church | Marietta, GA

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P.O. Box 81575 - Atlanta, GA 30366
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Bill Smith is the Director of the C.S. Lewis Institute Atlanta.  His desire is for fellow sojourners to grasp God’s perspective and experience God’s presence throughout all of life.  Bill teaches in a variety of contexts including churches, schools, businesses, conference/retreat centers, coffeehouses, bookstores, and homes.  He holds a B.S. in Biblical Studies from Toccoa Falls College and a M.Div. from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School.  Bill lives in Duluth, Georgia, with his wife, Lisa, and two daughters, Jessica and Jana.

Read Bill's articles in Knowing & Doing, The Jesus Prayer & Blazing the North-South Trail.

 

Jana Harmon is currently a Teaching Fellow and has served on the Ministry Team and Board of the C.S. Lewis Institute of Atlanta since 2008. She leads Apologetics Forums for women around the Atlanta area addressing tough questions confronting the Christian faith, affirming the historic Christian worldview. Jana holds a M.A. in Christian Apologetics from Biola University, La Mirada, CA and a M.S. in Communication Disorders from the University of Texas at Dallas.

Read Jana's articles in Knowing & Doing, C.S. Lewis on the Problem of Pain & A Grief Observed.

 


 

 
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Connection Points is the teaching ministry of Randy Newman, Senior Teaching Fellow for Apologetics and Evangelism at C.S. Lewis Institute. This blog explores the links between the Christian faith and all of life and encourages exploration of common ground between Christians and those with other beliefs. This content can also be found at
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