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Randy Newman, PhDRandy Newman, PhD

Minister to Professors, Campus Crusade for Christ

Randy Newman has been with the staff of Campus Crusade for Christ since 1980 and currently serves with Faculty Commons, their ministry to university professors. He ministers on campuses and elsewhere in our nation's capital to students, professors and policy shapers. His teaching responsibilities have included serving with the Chaplain's office at the Pentagon. He is an honors graduate from Temple University with a degree in Music Education. He also has a Masters of Divinity degree from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School. Randy is a Jewish Believer in Jesus and is the former editor of The Messiah-On-Campus Bulletin. He lives in Annandale, Virginia together with his wife Pam. They are the proud parents of three sons; Daniel, David, and Jonathan. Randy enjoys jazz, classical music, cooking, and easy crossword puzzles. He is the author of numerous articles and the books Questioning Evangelism: Engaging People's Hearts the Way Jesus Did and Corner Conversations: Engaging Dialogues about God and Life, both published by Kregel Publications, and Bringing the Gospel Home: Witnessing to Family Members, Close Friends, and Other People You Can't Fool, forthcoming from Crossway.

Available Lectures by Randy Newman

  • 081120_MP04 Conversational Apologetics Conversational Apologetics
    Format:Downloadable mp3
  • 101117_MP04 Conversational Evangelism Conversational Evangelism
    Format:Downloadable mp3
  • 131123_MP09 Questioning Evangelism: Engaging People's Hearts the Way Jesus Did Questioning Evangelism: Engaging People's Hearts the Way Jesus Did
    Format:Downloadable mp3
  • 121116_MP06 Questioning Evangelism: Engaging People's Hearts the Way Jesus Did Questioning Evangelism: Engaging People's Hearts the Way Jesus Did
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