Do you find it difficult to connect with people from other cultures? This seminar will provide much-needed information and tools that will help you nurture your cross-cultural relationships and make new friends in multicultural contexts. Special attention will be paid to contemporary findings from the field of attachment theory.
Evelyne Reisacher cares deeply about sharing the gospel cross-culturally. She is passionate about exploring gender issues in Islam, Muslim-Christian relations, and world religions.
Evelyne is currently an associate professor of Islamic studies and intercultural relationships at Fuller Theological Seminary. Previously, she worked at an organization called L’Ami for 20 years in France, facilitating the relationship between churches and North African immigrants and developing courses, teaching tools, and seminars for sharing the gospel cross-culturally. She’s trained Christian leaders and church members in Europe, North Africa, the Middle East, Southeast Asia, and the United States.
Evelyne has published several articles on gender issues in Islam and Muslim-Christian relations. She is the general editor of Toward Respectful Understanding and Witness among Muslims: Festschrift in Honor of J. Dudley Woodberry (2012), and the associate editor of From the Straight Path to the Narrow Way: Journeys of Faith (2006). Additionally, Reisacher has published chapters in the books Peace-Building by, between, and beyond Muslims and Evangelical Christians (2009) and A Worldview Approach to Ministry Among Muslim Women (2007).
Evelyne is a member of the American Academy of Religion, the International Association for Mission Studies, the American Society of Missiology, and the Association of Professors of Mission.
Farida was born in North Africa, attended Fuller Theological Seminary, and is a leadership trainer and mission consultant. Her favorite book is The Return of the Prodigal Son: A Story of Homecoming, by Henri Nouwen.