Ephesians Study with Rev. Keefe Cropper
Tuesday at 6:30 PM
Join Rev. Keefe Cropper for an eight-week study of Ephesians on Tuesdays at 6:30 p.m. beginning September 26. Through this study, we'll explore a vision of who and what we are in Christ and finding our place in God’s redemptive drama of life.
Meeting on Tuesdays at 6:30 p.m. in Jones Library.
About the teacher: Reverend Keefe Cropper recently retired following 35 years of pastoral ministry in the United Methodist Church. Most recently he has affiliated with the Global Methodist Church. Prior to his ministry in Methodism Keefe worked for 13 years as a draftsman and detailer. He has a bachelor’s in psychology and a Masters of Divinity. Keefe did research in Evangelism and mission as a Polycarp fellow under Dr. William “Billy” Abraham with a focus on the role of imagination and narrative in conversion and faith. Other areas of interest have included Psychology and Apologetics. Since retirement Keefe has been researching with an eye to the “what’s Next” for the church looking into such things as eschatology, the rise of the prophetic and the emerging mystical movement. Keefe has been married to his wife Tina for 39 years and they have two sons, Michael and Stephen.
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