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Teri McCarthy

Teri McCarthy earned her PhD in education and second language acquisition from the University of Kansas.  She also has a Master’s Degree in education and a Bachelor’s Degree in mass communication and journalism.  Teri co-authored Teaching in a Distant Classroom (InterVarsity Press), a handbook for Christian professors, which is now in its third printing and has been published in Korean as well. She has traveled, taught, and conducted research in more than 50 countries.  Teri has taught in public universities internationally for over 30 years, including in China, Russia, and Afghanistan.  From 2010 until recently she taught in Lithuania, including six years as associate professor at Lithuania University of Educational Sciences in Vilnius.



Dangerous Conversations: Navigating Political Correctness in the Public Arena

How do evangelicals relate to and properly handle anti-biblical and anti-Christian agendas and values in the public arena? How do we do our jobs and build relationships without promoting philosophies and lifestyles we know to be detrimental to both the individual and society? Becoming wise as serpents and gentle as doves, Christians must learn practical ways to maneuver through these difficult and important topics. In this workshop we will look at and discuss three primary ways to be Truth Bearers (salt and light) and still keep our jobs and our friendships.


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