By April Reutter and Dr. Jason Wilson
Event: Turn Your Campus 2022
Session Type: Seminar
Does the Holy Spirit have an interest in your teaching? Would the Holy Spirit lead your classroom if allowed? Are their heart postures and methods that increase our awareness of His direction? Come be challenged to let the Spirit have His way in your teaching, and experience the fruit that results.
April Reutter is a teacher, urban missionary and passionate lover of Christ. She’s a Biola Alumni of the School of Education and a Fuller Alumni of the School of World Mission. Each year she brings the city of Norwalk together (teachers, administrators, churches, city hall, citizens, businesses and law enforcement) to share testimonies of how God is moving in the city and to pray over the city leaders. In 2020, she was awarded Woman of the Year for her caring dedication and commitment to the Norwalk Community. She’s taught within the Norwalk, La Mirada Unified School District for 27 years and is currently at Edmondson Elementary School teaching 2nd grade, leading the Freedom Bible Club afterschool and praying with her co-workers at the GAP Club on campus (God Answers Prayer).
Jason Wilson (Ph.D Statistics, M.A. New Testament) is the chair of the Math and Computer Science Department at Biola University and the founding director of Biola’s Quantitative Consulting Center. He developed the capstone Bible class for Math majors at Biola, BBST465 God & Math. Jason loves discipling students, investing in his family, and learning how to love God in all of life. Jason’s research interests include mathematics-faith integration, statistical apologetics, and baseball analytics.