Steve Elmore: Give our readers some information about your work at California Baptist University and its mission. Jim Buchholz: I’ve been a Professor of Mathematics & Physics at California Baptist University (CBU) for the past 27+ years. During that time, I have seen the college grow from JBs than 700 students to more than 8500.
Steve Elmore: I have personally had the pleasure of knowing Kirk Manton and working alongside him managing our various retreats, conferences, and institutes for six years now. Kirk truly has a servant’s heart and a gift for leading and mentoring others.He’s had an even longer association with the Foundation as a volunteer in various capacities before
As a part of a new series highlighting those who’ve been impacted by our work at the Foundation, I’m pleased to interview our good friend, volunteer, supporter, and a valued member of the C.S. Lewis Foundation – Lancia E. Smith! Steve Elmore: Give our readers some information about your work with Smith Environmental and its
Dear Friends, Human nature tends to resist change. A lot of things motivate that resistance — pride, comfort, the threat of loss, fear of the unknown and disruption of familiar patterns and relationships would be some of those things. Yet, because we are mortal with limitations and inadequacies, change is inevitable. Jesus faced change as
Dear Friends, On a cold but sunny winter afternoon, I was seated on a large tractor tire tube racing down a snow-covered mountain slope. The tube hit a mound and went airborne. The rider in front of me fell off. I hung on when the tube slammed down. My neck wrenched with a crunch. I
Dear Friends, Scripture tells Christ followers, “We walk by faith, not by sight” (2 Cor 5:7). Yet there are times when heeding the Lord’s call and following his instruction brings us to a place of realistic impossibility, severely challenging our faith. Prominent Bible stories of such circumstances involve impassable bodies of water, both literal and
Dear Friends, Thank you, thank you, to all of you who wrote in response to my poem in last week’s message. I treasure each and every one of those responses and I am so glad my words moved you to write. . . . Patricia and I have found it helpful and cost effective to