As you watch TV or scroll through social media, it becomes pretty clear that we live in a culture that does not follow Christ. But, we still have to relate to that culture every day. And for those who are parents, you bear the weight of helping your children grow up in this culture while learning to follow Christ.
How can we help kids see the world around them through a Biblical lens? Our guest in today’s video is one of the best people to answer that question. His name is Dr. Jeff Myers, and he’s the president of Summit Ministries, a ministry that specializes in teaching young people about biblical worldview. He talks about navigating an un-Biblical world with a Biblical worldview, a perspective that he shares with wit and wisdom. If you’ve ever found it challenging to navigate our culture or wonder how to help the kids in your life see the world through a biblical lens, you won’t want to miss this conversation!
As one of the leading experts in his field, Dr Myers has a Doctorate of Philosophy from the University of Denver and is the author of 14 books. He’s also a faculty member for our sister Foundation’s School Board Academy.
PLUS: Use code FPA23 for $100 off Summit Ministries’ 2-week Student Conference this summer! Registrants who sign up before March 31 will also receive $200 off. Anyone 16-22 years of age is welcome to learn why the Biblical worldview is true. Attendees leave not only seeing everything around them through a Biblical lens, but they are equipped with the factual knowledge to back up the truth.
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