IFD200 – Screwtape Letters
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Tackle the most pressing issues that your congregation and fellow believers face. The subtleties of how sins progress are explored in this workshop. Although C.S. Lewis’ “Screwtape Letters” is a fictional book, it can definitely enhance your teaching and discipleship methods through its practical life applications. The book is a compilation of psychologically intriguing letters written by a senior demon (Screwtape) to a new and impressionable young demon (Wormwood). His intellectually stimulating suggestions to Wormwood consist of strategies on how to entice a Christian into falling out of God’s loving grace through a gradual slope. Though the letters are made up, it is crucial for Christians to learn biblically solid lessons from them and analyze several related Scriptures on how to win in our day-to-day spiritual wars. See a video presentation of this class.
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Dorothy Kropf has a Ph.D. in Educational Technology and an M.A. in Human Services. She has been in education since 2007, and served for three years as an instructional technologist at a K-12 private school. She now holds multiple online adjunct positions for educational institutions including Colorado Christian University and Pearson Education. She is a certified educator through the Association of Christian Schools International.
Dorothy lives in Murrieta, California, with her husband, Rene. They are members of the United Methodist Church in Murrieta and have two grown sons. Dorothy loves conducting academic research and enjoys biking and dining out with her husband.