he Foundation for Evangelism (FFE) partners with United Methodist-affiliated and Wesleyan-tradition seminaries to equip growing generations of Christ Followers as they answer the call to Christian leadership that passionately incorporates evangelism in the spirit of John Wesley.

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Through the Wallace Chappell Lecture Series, recognized national or world leaders in Christian evangelism provide inspirational, challenging lectures and classroom appearances that prepare current and future Christian leaders for innovative ministry that brings people into a life-transforming relationship with Jesus Christ.

Grant increased $1,500 to $4,500 per event 

 It is our goal to reach the largest possible audience with evangelism resources so that our partnerships have the greatest impact on our Christian witness.  Therefore, FFE is encouraging all Wallace Chappell Lecture Series grant recipients to prepare a video series of their Wallace Chappell Lecture events.  The increase is intended to help offset the costs associated with video production.  In addition to seminary distribution, videos will be available to seminary students and local church leaders via the FFE website.

We are delighted that the 2016-2017 Wallace Chappell Lecture Series will be held at Reutlingen School of Theology on October 4, 2016.  This marks the first lecture series to convene outside the continental United States. Dr. Bryan Stone, E. Stanley Jones Professor of Evangelism at Boston School of Theology, and Dr. Michael Moynagh, head theologian for Fresh Expressions of Church in U.K., are the featured lecturers.

Submit requests via email or USPS no later than September 1, 2016.