Rev. Dr. Jack Jackson
February 12, 2019 – Leawood, Kansas

11:00 AMSaint Paul School of Theology, Wesley Covenant Chapel
6:30 PM – United Methodist Church of the Resurrection’s Grow Night workshop

The 2018-2019 Wallace-Chappell Lecture Series is sponsored by The Foundation for Evangelism in partnership with Saint Paul School of Theology and United Methodist Church of the Resurrection.

Dr. Jack Jackson, E. Stanley Associate Professor of Evangelism at Claremont School of Theology,  will speak in the Wesley Covenant Chapel where he will present Speaking of Jesus: Early Methodist Principles for Bearing Witness to the Christian Story in a Multi-religious World. The lecture will be live-streamed and simultaneously connected to the Oklahoma City Campus of Saint Paul.

Later that evening, Dr. Jackson will be a featured speaker at Grow Night, a ministry of the United Methodist Church of the Resurrection. There he will present Speaking of Jesus: Bearing Witness to the Christian Story in a Multi-religious World as an innovative, interactive learning opportunity for active lay leadership to be equipped to share the Good News of Jesus Christ.

Rev. Dr. Thomas Glenn “Jack” Jackson III is a Wesleyan scholar whose research centers on the theology and practices of mission and evangelism both in global contexts in the increasingly post Christian West.

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