During our C.S. Lewis College webinar on Saturday, August 15, 2020, we interviewed best-selling author Davis Bunn on his writing, his life, and his thoughts on storytelling. Due to time constraints, we weren’t able to get to every question, so Davis generously offered to answer the remaining questions through email. We’re pleased to post them
Steve Elmore: Tell us about your first experience with one of the Foundation’s programs. Fr. John Morrison: Back in the mid nineteen eighties, I had been a member of the NY CSL Society for about a decade, and the first summer institute at Oxford was brought to my attention at one of our regular monthly
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.
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