In this post I want to introduce you to one of my GFM staff and tell you about a very cool event happening at Washington University next month. I think you’ll not only want to know about the event, but if you’re not too far from the St. Louis area you might want to go!
Here’s a quick look at the event and a link to more details including registration. Its a free event, but you have to register. They’re anticipating a full house!
Our staff member with Graduate Faculty Ministries at Washington University is George Stulac (photo). George joined GFM in 2014 after a 33 year long tenure as the senior pastor of Memorial Presbyterian church in St. Louis. George is a deeply thoughtful pastor and scholar. GFM was blessed to welcome his maturity and undimmed energy for the mission of Jesus.
In one of our team’s zoom sessions a number of months ago, I remember George saying that he was excited about an initiative at Wash-U involving Christian faculty members coalescing around an outreach strategy. Dr. John Inazu is one of the faculty George was talking about. You can read about him on the Carver Project website. More about Dr. Inazu in future posts, but for now, I’ll say I was thrilled to find out that he’s on the Board of Trustees for InterVarsity Christian Fellowship USA.
I was also excited to discover his book. I’ll have more to say about Confident Pluralism and John Inazu – but for now wanted you to be aware of the event and to be praying for George’s GFM faculty group at Wash-U. This will be a terrific event that will help propel InterVarsity’s ministry on a pretty challenging campus. If you have questions about GFM at Wash-U or how the Carver Project connects with InterVarsity’s ministry there, feel free to email George.