Worldview & Making Disciples

Worldview & Making Disciples

Researcher George Barna is speaking quite bluntly about the importance of intentionally building a biblical worldview in the next generation. In his latest book, Raising Spiritual Champions: Nurturing Your Child’s Heart, Mind, and Soul, Barna attributes our societal problems to a transition from a biblical worldview to alternative philosophies.

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Answering Tough Questions

How would you react and how would you advise your teen if (s)he came home with this news? “At my school 50% of the girls say they are lesbian or identify as boys.” Or this: “A guy came to school today wearing heels, a dress, and make up. I decided out of respect, I should talk to this student using feminine pronouns. He told me, ‘I am not a girl. Just because I am dressed like a girl, doesn’t mean I am one. I am still male and want you to use male pronouns.’”

More Than a piece of paper

“It’s just a piece of paper. We love each other and that’s enough.” Ever heard anyone say something like that when explaining why they aren’t married but are living together? Unfortunately, that’s a common attitude about marriage.

Building a Culture of Life

For 50 years, we’ve been recognizing January as Sanctity of Human Life Month, primarily focusing on abortion as we mourned the US Supreme Court’s Roe v. Wade ruling on January 22, 1973. Praise God that this horrific ruling was finally overturned on June 24, 2022. But let’s be honest. The fight for life is as intense as ever, and we must continue to work hard to reach hearts and minds with the truth that every human life, both unborn and born, is valuable and deserving of protection.

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