Dennis R. Lindsay, Dr. Theol., Vice President of Academic Affairs and Dean of the Faculty at Northwest Christian University has been elected to the board of directors of the European Evangelistic Society (EES).
Established in the years following WWII, the EES is actively involved in New Testament research at The Institute for the Study of Christian Origins, headquartered in Tübingen, Germany. The Institute’s mission is to lead university students to Christ and engage professionals in meaningful dialogue through participation in colloquia offered throughout the academic year.
Dennis and his wife Karen worked closely with the EES when they lived in Tübingen during the 1980’s-90’s. During that time Dennis served as pastor of an EES church plant, the Tübingen Christliche Gemeinde (Christian Church), and both Dennis and Karen served as research associates for the Institute for the Study of Christian Origins.
“I am honored to serve on the EES Board of Directors and have been a long-time supporter of this mission,” Lindsay said. “This is an important opportunity not only to participate in New Testament research that can be shared with the NCU campus community, but also share in the equipping of Christian leaders for churches in Eastern Europe and throughout the world.”