Welcome to CSLI Atlanta
Discover how discipleship is changing lives in Atlanta
Application period is closed for the 2022-23 CSLI-Atlanta Fellows Program
The C.S. Lewis Institute in Atlanta is designed to develop disciples who can articulate, defend, share and live faith in Christ in public and personal life. The Institute works in partnership with local churches and ministries to help believers glorify God by becoming mature disciples of Jesus Christ who impact the spheres of influence to which God has called them.
The Fellows Program
The CSLI Fellows Program offers a year-long learning and discipleship experience that leads to significant life change. Unlike many discipleship programs, the Fellows program focuses on discipleship of both heart and mind. It involves Bible study, classic readings, lectures, group processing, personal spiritual mentoring and accountability — all in the context of a small group of like-minded believers. This year-long program is designed for those who want to live as fully committed disciples of Jesus Christ and make an impact for him in the world.
Download the Fellows Program Brochure
A quarterly publication that presents ideas to cultivate Christ-like thinking and living.
A monthly one-page message for daily living featuring thoughts from C.S. Lewis.
Monthly e-newsletter with activities and ideas geared to help parents disciple their children from preschool through the teen years.
A tool for assessing one's growth in Christ
Read through the whole Bible using a plan that has been helpful to many people connected with the Institute.
Offers a variety of recordings from nationally recognized speakers, and our growing audio, video and print library. Featuring free content from past seminars, including names like John Stott, Greg Ogden, J.I. Packer and Chuck Colson.
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The C.S. Lewis Institute offers life-changing discipleship for those who are ready to be intentional about spiritual growth in Christ, and who desire for God to use them in powerful ways for His Kingdom. Read more. . .