Steve Elmore: Today I’m going to interview Dr. Crystal Hurd, an alumnus of three of our Foundation C.S. Lewis Retreats. SE: Tell us about what you do, both in terms of work and personal pursuits. Crystal Hurd: I am currently employed as a high school English and Creative Writing teacher, but my indulgence is Lewis scholarship. I’m
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.
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, This will be the last message until October 10, the week of the eighteenth anniversary of the Word of Grace messages. Everything is fine with me, but I need to take a short hiatus to tend to something else. Thank you for subscribing or reading when someone else passes it on to you.
Dear Friends, It is 15 years ago this weekend since the horror of the terrorist attacks of 9/11. I looked back at the message I sent out the week after the attack in curiosity about how my thinking may have changed. Here is an updated version of the same message. My thinking hasn’t changed. As
Dear Friends, I share with you today one of those Scriptures which illumines how God will use even those things we despise and fear to help us move forward in his will. The Lord said: . Behold, I send an angel before you to guard you on the way and to bring you to the
Dear Friends: This is the seventeenth and last message in a series on Jesus’ encounter with the woman at Jacob’s well recorded in John 4. It’s a remarkable conversation that covers a number of issues from the personal to the theological, the social to the deeply spiritual. I have enjoyed this series. I spent the