Indiana Wesleyan University To Host Book Launch And Conversation Concerning The Global Realities Of Christian Martyrdom

Indiana Wesleyan University (IWU) will be hosting a book launch event for the recently released New Book of Christian Martyrs: The Heroes of Our Faith from the 1st Century to the 21st Century (Tyndale House), on Monday, March 20, 2023, from 3:30 to 4:30 pm in the Barnes Student Center’s Globe Theater on the IWU Marion campus. The event will feature a conversation with authors Johnnie Moore and Jerry Pattengale.

“Efforts to advance religious liberty are critical to the health of the global Body of Christ. All too often, we take religious liberty for granted at home while neglecting to support those who are serving around the world, facing persecution and even martyrdom, says Jon S. Kulaga, President of Indiana Wesleyan University.

The event will be hosted by Andrea Summers, Dean of Spiritual Formation and Campus Pastor, and Todd Nettleton, the Chief of Media Relations and Message Integration for The Voice of the Martyrs and Host of The Voice of the Martyrs Radio, will moderate the conversation with Moore and Pattengale.

Please contact Tod Dalberg, Chief Marketing Officer, with questions or to learn more information regarding the event.

About the Authors

Moore is the founder and CEO of the KAIROS Company, President of The Congress of Christian Leaders, and the author of nine other books, including (with Rabbi Abraham Cooper) The Next Jihad: Stop the Next Christian Genocide in Africa(Thomas Nelson, 2020).

Pattengale serves as a Professor at Indiana Wesleyan University, the Museum of the Bible’s Founding Scholar and Senior Advisor to the President, and the author or editor of over 20 other books, including (with Lawrence H. Schiffman) The World’s Greatest Book: How the Story of the Bible Came to Be (Worthy, 2017).