With Marjorie Lamp Mead, Associate Director, The Wade Center, Wheaton College, IL
April 29-30, 2011 | Falls Church, VA
In Letters to Malcolm, we are privileged to receive the mature fruits of Lewis’s life of faith. In looking at this insightful and considered work, we will benefit from Lewis’s lived understanding of prayer as well as his thoughts on other aspects of the Christian life.
Free Seminar Video:
Lecture One: Letters to Malcolm: The Struggle to Understand Prayer
Lecture Two: Letters to Malcolm: A New Approach to the “Problem” of Prayer
Lecture Three: Letters to Malcolm: What is Prayer?
Lecture Four: Letters to Malcolm: Different Ways to Pray
Lecture Five: Letters to Malcolm: The Challenges of Prayer
Lecture Six: Letters to Malcolm: The Transforming Nature of Prayer
About Marjorie Lamp Mead:
Marjorie Lamp Mead is Associate Director of the Marion E. Wade Center, and Managing Editor of SEVEN: An Anglo-American Literary Review, the annual journal published by the Wade Center on its seven authors. She has held varied positions at the Wade Center since coming to work at the collection in 1977 soon after receiving her B.A. in English Literature from Wheaton College, where she studied under Clyde S. Kilby. She served as interim director in the years between Dr. Kilby and Lyle Dorsett, and between Dr. Dorsett and Director Christopher Mitchell. She speaks on the authors locally and around the country, as well as overseas, and maintains numerous connections with individuals and organizations, providing continuity with the early development of the Wade Center.