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Monday Word Chapel: Eph 5:21-6:9 "Mutual Submission: The Counter-Cultural Nature of the Gospel"

Mike McNichols

    • Monday, April 2, 2018
    • 9:30–10:20 a.m.
  • Chase Gymnasium
  • Open to: Alumni, Faculty, General Public, Parents, Staff, Students

Cost and Admission

This event is free to attend.

We live out our life of faith with other people. —friends, spouses, employers, co-workers, children, and family. How does the Gospel transform those relationships so that they flourish are mutually life-giving?


Mike McNichols


AB Point Loma Nazarene University
MS Education California State University, Fullerton
MA in Theology (Biblical Studies) Fuller Theological Seminary
DMin George Fox Evangelical Seminary

Mike McNichols is a native Californian, born when Harry Truman was still President of the US. He writes about theology and faith, but also creates supernatural thrillers that have an underlying theological question or two. His first novel, The Bartender: A Fable about a Journey, was a doctoral project and received a dissertation award in its category. A sequel to This Side of Death, titled A Body Given was released in December 2012—the third installment, On Turpin's Head, was released in 2014. A collection of short stories, Dark Ocean, was released as a Kindle book in March 2012.

Mike has worked in the fields of education, business, and Christian ministry. He studied theology, biblical studies, and leadership at Fuller Theological Seminary and George Fox Evangelical Seminary. He currently serves as Director of Fuller Seminary's California Coast Regional Campus in Irvine, California.



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