A worldview is the core set of beliefs that define the way a person should live -- it's the axis at the center of their lives. We ask students to examine what axis they revolve around, and challenge them to live like Jesus.
The Big Alternatives
Everyone has a worldview, and students need to understand the competing ideas the world offers. Are these worldviews credible? What does a life committed to one of these worldviews look like?
Relationships with Students
We invest in students' lives as much as a venue will allow. Whether it’s teaching in classrooms, eating lunch with students, meeting with student government, or going to sporting events our goal is to live life with the students while we are in town.
Through the Lens of the Media
Students communicate every day through text messaging, youtube videos and sound bites. We speak to students on their level, in their world, with their culture and language. We do this by using more than 50 media clips with the voice of a young team that passes the mic every few minutes.
Helping students build a biblical worldview is important, but what good is knowledge without wisdom? Wisdom is thinking well and living well. James says "But if any of you lacks wisdom, let him ask of God...and it will be given to him.” He continues with, "prove yourselves doers of the word, and not merely hearers..." And concludes with "Pure and undefiled religion in the sight of our God and Father is this: to visit orphans and widows in their distress, and to keep oneself unstained by the world (James 1)." Wisdom is believing the right things, and acting on those beliefs to make a difference in the world. It's moving from apathy to action.