By Rev. Dr. Heather Lear, FFE Research and Teaching Fellow During the last week in May, I had the opportunity to travel to Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia, to visit and provide training for some of the 13 United Methodist churches in the country. Democracy is a relatively new form of government in Mongolia, as the country was […]
This six-week online introductory evangelism course invites you to grow deeper in your own faith and, as you do, reflect on why you believe God is good, articulate your faith in a way that is authentic to that belief, and develop creative practices that grow from those beliefs.
Dr. Hal Knight, E. Stanley Jones Professor of Evangelism at Saint Paul School of Theology, recently led an educational session with The Foundation For Evangelism’s board of trustees at their midyear meeting in Leawood, Kansas. The presentation titled “Anticipating Heaven Below – John Wesley’s Optimism of Grace,” included a history of the formation of John […]
Dr. Jack Jackson of Claremont Theological Seminary delivers the 2018-19 Wallace Chappell Lecture entitled “Speaking of Jesus: Early Methodist Principles for Bearing Witness to the Christian Story in a Multi-religious World”.