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The Culture Translator

Want to better understand the world your student inhabits? The Culture Translator provides weekly insight into how pop culture, technology, and media are influencing your students while equipping you to start biblically based conversations.

Conversation Kits

Whether you’re in a school, church, or home, Conversation Kits help you show your teens how faith is relevant to every aspect of their lives. Topics include Gender, Relationships, Drugs, Pornography, Depression, Prayer, Identity, Evangelism, and more.

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Live Events

An Axis live event is unlike anything you’ve experienced before. We offer dynamic, multimedia, pop-culture-infused presentations that speak to your students on their level, in their world, with their culture and language. Our team of millennials will challenge your students to think clearly and critically about what they believe, and take ownership of their faith.

Book Event

For Every Audience


Bring an Axis team to speak at Spiritual Emphasis Week or in Chapels, Classrooms, Parent Meetings, and Teacher In-Services. Our teams will inspire your students by providing scholarly, relevant worldview content through the lens of pop culture and media.

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We’ve created new tools to bring families together to start transformative conversations about faith, social media, technology, and pop culture, all from a biblical worldview perspective.

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Where We’ve Been

Since 2007, Axis has spoken to over 120,000 students, teachers, and parents at schools and churches throughout North America, helping the next generation to think clearly and critically about what they believe.

Students & Teachers

Book an Event

There are several ways to participate in the Axis experience. Bring one of our teams to your school or church, or view one of our small group events in your living room with your family.

Give to Axis

Will you join us on the journey to see the next generation of students own lifelong faith in Jesus Christ? By giving to Axis, you provide the resources needed to serve 10,000 families and 25,000 students every year.