"The Worldview Initiative continues Bryan College's historically strong contribution
in this task by teaching students how to understand the significance of the
Christian Worldview and how to engage the competing ideas of our culture."
~ John Stonestreet, Executive Director of Summit Ministries
Today's students belong to a generation characterized by virtual relationships, cut-and-paste spirituality and a mass exodus from the church. Living in a society that champions a self-determined lifestyle and promotes the equality of competing ideas, they grapple with profound questions—“Who is God?" "What does it mean to be human?" "What is culture?" We challenge students to respond by asking a greater question: “How do Christ and the Church speak into this conversation and into our lives?"
As the primary off-campus strategy of the Department of Worldview Formation, the Worldview Initiative partners with teachers, administrators, parents, and youth workers to cultivate a generation of students who love God, live the gospel and shape communities. We design conferences, retreats and chapels that begin conversations about living the gospel through personal piety and social action. See more about our programs
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Contact Jason Glen, Director of Worldview Formation by email or by phone at 423.775.7318.