Dr. Michael A. Milton Expands Goal of ‘Shepherding Shepherds’ with Dual Initiatives

Faith for Living, Inc., a North Carolina non-profit, has expanded its ministry reach through partnerships with Erskine Theological Seminary and the C.S. Lewis Institute.

Dr. Michael A. Milton, the founder and president of Faith for Living, has been appointed the James Ragsdale Chair of Missions and Evangelism at Erskine Theological Seminary, as well as the new Director and Senior Teaching Fellow for the C.S. Lewis Institute of Charlotte, which he will be founding in coordination with the national offices of that institute. Both of these partnerships commenced on October 1, 2015.

“Both of these two ministries provide an opportunity to significantly realize our vision of ‘reaching as many people possible through every means available with the Gospel of Jesus Christ,'” commented Dr. Milton about the initiatives. He added, “There is further synergy with the D. James Kennedy Institute, another Faith for Living initiative, and Erskine Seminary. The Kennedy Fellows Program will aim to equip missionaries to better understand the people and cultures in which they hope to bring the Gospel.”

The Rev. Dr. Chris Wisdom, Vice President of Erskine Seminary, commented, “Dr. Michael Milton is the model we desire to shape the future ministries of our pastoral students.”

Dr. Joel Woodruff, President of the C.S. Lewis Institute agreed, “We are grateful to the Lord for opening the door for the C.S. Lewis Institute to expand its discipleship ministry of heart and mind in North Carolina through the leadership and teaching of Mike Milton. His love for the church, commitment to biblical teaching and past experience in the pastorate, the military and the academic world provides him with a unique gift mix to help equip followers of Jesus from many different backgrounds to articulate, defend and live their faith in personal and public life.”


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