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Reflecting on Francis and Edith Schaeffer's Teaching and Practice of Evangelism Both Francis and Edith Schaeffer believed passionately that all human persons are made in the image of God, and thus have a glory inherent in who they are. This conviction impacted everything they taught, including what they taught about how we are to communicate the gospel to people who are not-yet believers in Jesus.  Even more clearly, this conviction of the dignity of all persons impacted the way they treated people, both believers and unbelievers, and it shaped very deeply the manner in which they shared the gospel of Christ with people.You can read the article Jerram mentions in the lecture, A Review of A Review by Francis Schaeffer. Also, here are links to more resources from Jerram on the topic of evangelism and the work of Francis and Edith Schaeffer.Books by JerramThe Heart of EvangelismLearning Evangelism From JesusFree Courses from Covenant SeminaryFrancis Schaeffer: The Early YearsFrancis Schaeffer: The Later Years Get on the email list at
Hidden Art | Edith Schaeffer | DD 141 Welcome to the Dear Daughters Podcast in 2021! If there is one thing I learned over the last year, it is the importance of stepping back from the news and media to re-engage in a habit of reading spiritual classics. The authors who I’ll be featuring on the podcast have fought the good fight and remained faithful to the end. There’s just so much we can learn from them. I want to invite you to come along with me this season and dive into the wisdom of these faithful followers of Jesus. This next book is oh so lovely. It’s Hidden Art by Edith Schaeffer. Here are a few interesting facts about Edith: Edith Rachel Merritt Schaeffer was born November 3, 1914, and died March 30, 2013. She was a Christian author, wife of Francis Schaeffer, and mother of Frank Schaeffer and three other children. In 1970, Edith and Francis founded L’Abri in Switzerland. L’Abri is a Christian organization that hosts guests worldwide. In the ’60s, L’Abri’s guests included backpackers, hippies, and even celebrities like Timothy Leary and Eric Clapton. Barry Hankins, a professor of history and religion at Baylor University, wrote, “Without L’Abri, Schaeffer would never have drawn the audience that made his many books possible.” He said that without Mrs. Schaeffer, “there would have been no L’Abri.” Hankins described Mrs. Schaeffer like this: “On one hand,” he said, “she held a very traditional, biblical view about women’s subservient role. On the other, she was assertive, even competitive with her husband ... She embodied marriage equality … She would never use the term, of course, but in some ways, she was the model of a sort of evangelical feminism.” I am most enamored by Edith’s idea of hidden art at home. She believed that we were all created by the Creator to be creative, whether that’s gardening or decorating or painting or writing … Don’t you just love that? Edith wrote, “Art in various forms expresses and gives opportunities to others to share in and respond to things which would otherwise remain vague, empty yearnings.” How do you like to create? My hope is that you find ways to both express and share in many forms of art every day. And I pray that you are forever in awe of the Creator. SHOW NOTES Get a copy of Hidden Art by Edith Schaeffer. Or consider a vintage copy of some special books from my own library featured in my online shop. Learn more about L’Abri today. Learn more about Mobile Loaves and Fishes and Community First! Village in Austin, TX. Visit the Community Art House to buy the notecards! The artwork for some of the cards was created by Robert Maresh. He was inspired by his very own tiny home and hopes that his art embodies the beauty that can be found at the Village. Download the FREE 2021 Goal Guide that I created just for you. Listen to my 2021 Hopeful playlist on Spotify. Get encouragement in your inbox each week: Sign up for my newsletter! Join my home church, Austin Christian Fellowship, online. Listen to more of Sara Davis Regan’s music. Order your copy of The Grace Guide: Live Your One Beautiful Life,a guide for extending God’s grace
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Edith Schaeffer In this episode, I share with you about one of the women who has had the most profound impact on my life. She worked alongside her husband, Francis Schaeffer, in ministry for many decades. Her work lives on in the books she wrote over the years. If you've never read her books, I highly recommend them to you. They are powerful tools for your spiritual formation and will have huge impact on your home life.Click HERE for more about my new online class, All About Homeschool!Click HERE to watch the How Should We Then Live video series. Click HERE for this episode's show notes.&nbsp;
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SF 27- Francis and Edith Schaeffer- their lives, their ministries, and their books George and Karen talk today about their mentors: Francis and Edith Schaeffer- their lives, their ministries, and their books. They even give a few tips on where to start if you’ve always wanted to be more familiar with the Schaeffer’s rich legacy.
The Intriguing Friendship between Francis Schaeffer and Hans Rookmaaker (Edith Reitsema) Francis Schaeffer was a Christian apologist whose remarkable breadth of cultural interest and penetrating insights into modern life, led many to a profound spiritual reality. Hans Rookmaaker was an art historian whose Christian insights in art, music and culture had widespread influence. Both had vibrant personalities, striking charisma, and focused on how to engage with reality while creatively living out a relationship with God.
For further reading:
William Edgar, Schaeffer on the Christian Life
Bryan A. Follis, Truth with Love: The Apologetics of Francis Schaeffer
Colin Duriez, Francis Schaeffer: An Authentic Life
Linette Martin, Hans Rookmaaker: A Biography
Laurel Gasque, Art and the Christian Mind: The Life and Work of H.R.Rookmaaker