A primary goal of EPM is directed outward: to offer teaching and conversation for all ages to consider major Christian themes in their everyday living.
One of Earl’s friends from Berkeley, Mark McIlraith, will be installed as the new head pastor at Lake Grove Presbyterian Church in Lake Oswego, Oregon on October 7th. Earl has the privilege of preaching at the installation. We hope you can joyous for this joyous celebration.
Earl will discuss Smoke on the Mountain: An Interpretation of the 10 Commandments by Joy Davidman. Davidman, C.S. Lewis’ wife, was an accomplished theologian in her own right and authored this well-respected commentary on the Ten Commandments.
You can listen to previous Kindling’s Muse podcasts here.
Earl will return to National Presbyterian Church in Washington, D.C. He will deliver the sermon at the 50th anniversary celebration of the sanctuary. Listen to Earl’s National Presbyterian sermon archive here.
Join Earl at Ellensburg Presbyterian Church for an event on Saturday nigh and Sunday morning that will explore the faith journey and teachings of C.S. Lewis. Registration details to come.
Earl will teach on Saturday morning on the life and works of C.S. Lewis, with a particular emphasis on love and obedience. More details to come.
Earl will trace the life stories of these two Oxford friends, their faith as followers of Jesus Christ, and their brilliance as writers.
Lewis and Tolkien were both foot soldier officers in the Battle of the Somme Valley in World War I. From the 1920s onward they wrote and taught at Oxford University for more than 40 years. Their greatest stories were written during and shortly after World War II.
Earl plans to talk about these men, who wrote stories of hope, grace, and joy during times of war and to discuss the relevance for our generation of what they said and what they did, how they comported themselves during this stressful time.
Midmorning coffee with pastries will be served.
Registration will be open this fall.