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Sunday Services at 8:30 and 11:15
Seeking the renewal of all things through Jesus Christ

Ted and Carolyn Turnau

International Institute for Christian Studies

Ted and Carolyn Turnau have lived and worked in Prague, Czech Republic, since 1999 with an agency now called Global Scholars. Ted teaches cultural and religious studies at Anglo-American University (a small business and liberal arts college) and Charles University (the big state university in Prague). He tries to teach in these secular environments in ways that challenge the students' regular ways of thinking, to get them to consider that God is real. Ted also occasionally teaches seminary classes in apologetics and culture in Wales and Latvia; he also speaks at conferences in Europe. Ted is the author of Popologetics (2012). Ted and Carolyn helped start the Christian International School of Prague (CISP) in 2004. Carolyn teaches 8th–10th grade Bible, and Ted teaches comparative worldviews to 11th graders and apologetics to 12th graders. In addition to their work in the classroom, Ted and Carolyn host students at their house for movie discussions and parties. Ted and Carolyn have three children: Roger, Claire, and Ruth.

Czech Republic