Dr. James Houston is Board of Governors’ Professor of Spiritual Theology at Regent College, Vancouver, British Columbia. In 1968 he founded Regent College, an international graduate school with over 1,000 students annually and a world-class faculty, including J.I. Packer, Eugene Peterson, Gordon Fee, Bruce Waltke, and others. Dr. Houston is recognized around the world as a leading figure in educating the laity for effective ministry and helping to restore spirituality to Evangelicalism. In 1976, Dr. Houston cofounded the C.S. Lewis Institute and serves as Senior Fellow.
Dr. Houston is the author of several books including The Transforming Power of Prayer: Deepening Your Friendship with God, In Pursuit of Happiness: Finding Genuine Fulfillment in Life, and The Mentored Life: From Individualism to Personhood. Jim and his wife Rita make their home in Vancouver, British Columbia.
- The four lectures in this series are titled:
- “Exploring the Continent of Loneliness”
- “The Perennial Saga of Job”
- “The Transforming Weakness of the Apostle Paul”
- “Finding Freedom in the Prisons of Life”