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C.S. Lewis Institute

C.S. Lewis Institute

The MACC, in conjunction with the C.S. Lewis Institute, is sponsoring the C.S. Lewis Associates Program, a local church based discipleship program sponsored by the C.S. Lewis Institute. Watch the video below to learn more about C.S. Lewis Institute.

The CSLI Associates Program is based on content of the CSLI Fellows Program. The Associates Program is designed for the average layperson who wants to grow deeper in their knowledge of and obedience to Jesus Christ, and who desire for God to use them more effectively in the work of His Kingdom. This program will introduce you to some of the best Christian writers and speakers of our time.
Topics we will dive into:
• The Fatherhood of God
• The Grace of God and True Conversion
• Following Jesus Christ
• Living a Life of Love
• Growing in Humility
• The Holy Spirit and Obedience
• Growing in Prayer
• Being Transformed through the Bible
• Conversational Apologetics
• Living a Life of Faith and Generosity
• Pursuing God’s Call on your Life
• The Mission of Disciple-making

Class starts: September 12, 2017
Meets: every other Tuesday at 6:30pm (Upstairs in the Blue Room at MACC)
– 1-2 hours study per week
– Attend twice monthly meetings
– Meet with mentor monthly
– Complete 2 semesters of study
– Attend annual Regional Seminar

You will get as much out of this as you are willing to put in and each of you will benefit from the other students.

“You will seek me and find me when you seek me with all your heart.” Jeremiah 29:13


More about C.S Lewis Institute:

The C.S. Lewis Institute was founded in 1976 and endeavors, in the legacy of C.S. Lewis, to develop disciples who will articulate, defend and live their faith in Christ in personal and public life. From its inception, the Institute has been inter-denominational, has worked closely with a variety of churches and sees itself as a servant ministry, assisting churches and pastors in making disciples of Jesus Christ. This takes the form of discipleship programs, area-wide conferences/seminars, pastor fellowships and resources in print and on the web.  For more information on the C.S. Lewis Institute please go to