Central Christian College hosts the Chaney Lecture Series with guest speaker, Dr. Phil Meadows.
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Central Christian College hosts the Chaney Lecture Series with guest speaker, Dr. Phil Meadows.

04-Mar-2017

Central Christian College of Kansas proudly hosts the Chaney Lecture Series with guest speaker, Dr. Phil Meadows on March 7-8.  Dr. Meadows will be sharing a message on Inside-Out Discipleship. 

Dr. Phil Meadows is an ordained presbyter in the Irish Methodist Church. He was lecturer in theology and religious studies at Westminster College, Oxford, before spending six years as E. Stanley Jones Professor of Evangelism at Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary, near Chicago. Since returning to the UK in 2004, he has been lecturer in Missiology and Wesleyan Studies at Cliff College, Derbyshire, and is currently Senior Research Fellow at the Nazarene Theological College, in Manchester. 

Dr. Meadows is past president of the Wesleyan Theological Society, and his research and publication interests combine theology, spirituality and discipleship in the Wesleyan tradition with the missionary challenges of contemporary culture. This is reflected in his recent book, The Wesleyan DNA of Discipleship (Grove, 2013), and Remembering Our Baptism: Discipleship and Mission in the Wesleyan Spirit (Discipleship Resources, forthcoming).  

He is also a co-founder and Director of the Inspire Movement (inspiremovement.org), which is an international and ecumenical network seeking to resource mission-shaped discipleship in the leadership and life of the church. 

For more details and to register for this upcoming event, please visit chaney.centralchristian.edu


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