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Embracing Hope in Anxious Times

with Stuart McAllister

The world is full of anxiety, fear, frustration, and confusion today. At every turn it seems we encounter political polarization, social division, racial tensions, and non-stop crises. It’s no wonder many are confused about how to live faithfully without contributing to the culture wars or disengaging altogether.

How do we, as disciples of Jesus Christ, find peace and enjoy a flourishing life where we keep in step with the Spirit? How do we embrace hope in a world that often appears hopeless? In this video series Stuart McAllister takes a serious look at today’s concerns and points to the hope we can have despite our anxieties, helping us chart a way forward in these disorienting times. Watch the Lecture above or the Question and Answer session below. This event was hosted by the C.S. Lewis Institute in Chicago. View the outline for Stuart's lecture.

Question and Answer Session

Stuart McAllister

Stuart McAllister, Apologist, is an itinerant speaker and writer. Since becoming a Christian in his home country of Scotland in 1977, he has traveled the globe, first smuggling bibles and other Christian resources behind the Iron Curtain. Throughout almost forty-five years of ministry, he has spoken to business groups, medical professionals, and government and community leaders. He has been a frequent contributor to many publications over the years. He has contributed chapters in the books Beyond Opinion (Thomas Nelson, 2007) and Global Missiology for the 21st Century (World Evangelical Fellowship, 2000). He and his son, Cameron, have co- written a book, Faith That Lasts: A Father and Son on Cultivating Lifelong Belief , which was published in 2021.


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