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Discipleship with C.S. Lewis

Imagine if you, using the reason and imagination of C.S. Lewis and the Bible, could guide others through the most exciting truths of the world – Mere Christianity!

Learn not only about C.S. Lewis’s life story and how his classic, Mere Christianity, became the most influential Christian book of the 20th Century, but how you too can disciple others in your home, church and neighbor- hood like C.S. Lewis did.

This livestream event with Dr. Joel Woodruff, President of the C.S. Lewis Institute will give you the intellectual and illustrative tools to explore with others why faith in Jesus Christ provides the best answer to the questions of life. To learn more or to order copies of Discipleship with C.S. Lewis, please click here.

Discipleship with C.S. Lewis

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Joel Woodruff

Joel Woodruff, President, C.S. Lewis Institute, has worked in higher education, “tent-making,” nonprofit administration, and pastoral ministries in Alaska, Israel, Hungary, France, and Northern Virginia. He served as Dean of Students, Chaplain, and Professor of Bible & Theology at European Bible Institute, where he helped train Europeans both for professional ministry and to be Christian leaders in the marketplace. Prior to joining the Institute, he was on the leadership team of Oakwood Services International, a nonprofit educational and humanitarian organization. He is a graduate of Wheaton College, earned his M.Div. from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, and has a doctorate in Organizational Leadership from Nova Southeastern University. As a Parish-Pulpit Fellow, he studied Biblical Backgrounds & Archaeology in Israel for a year.


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