The Department of Worldview Formation exists to help our students, staff, and external partners to develop and nurture a distinctly Christian worldview. Our team works towards this goal through on- and off-campus programs described below.

On-Campus Programs

Our on-campus programs and relationships are designed to help us explore how we understand, relate with and act in the world around us. Rather than simply imparting ideas, we ask students to engage in the pursuit of truth as whole persons: mind, body, heart and soul. We create opportunities – including the arts, mentoring relationships, campus-wide discussion forums, service projects and other experiences – that invite our community to enter more deeply into reality.

To learn more about and to get involved in our on-campus programs

Off-Campus Programs

The Worldview Initiative is a group of college students who travel to high schools, churches, and homeschool groups around the country. We seek to cultivate a generation of students who love God, live the gospel, and shape their communities by beginning conversations through conferences, retreats, and chapels designed to model a way of living the gospel through personal piety and social action.

To learn more about the Worldview initiative