Become a Biblical Worldview Ambassador – NEW Initiative
Prepare the Way Ministries is excited to announce a new approach to equipping Christians in a Biblical worldview. We are launching a new initiative called “Worldview Ambassadors.” This is a multifaceted approach to getting more Christians involved in worldview equipping.
1) You can sign up on the Google doc to be on our Worldview Ambassador list. This will enable you to stay up to date on new worldview classes, resources and events.
2) Prepare the Way will be facilitating ongoing Biblical worldview classes throughout the year. Each fall we run a worldview class using a different curricula. This past fall, we ran a class in partnership with AnchorsAway. We have also run Prepare the Way’s “Standing Firm” workshop, as well as the Truth Project, TrueU, Alpha and others.
3) After attending a few worldview classes, consider running one at your church or recruiting a team to run a class at your church or in your community. Stephen is happy to coach interested leaders in choosing a curriculum and running a class. He can even coach people from afar if they are not in Central Oregon.
Please sign up on the Google Doc by clicking this link. This is not a commitment to attend any one event—simply a decision to stay in the loop about equipping Christians and taking action in some way. This initiative is going to be a great opportunity not only for youth, but for adults and families as well.
Join us for an informational meeting this Sunday March 14 from 6:30 – 8PM in Bend. Click here for details.
Why Get Involved in Worldview Equipping?
We are living in tumultuous times where there is great confusion. Youth, adults and most people, are trying to figure out what they believe and how to live it out. WWJD? Can you trust the Bible? What are the essentials of the faith? Science and Christianity. Am I really a Christian? Government. Marxism. Socialism, and so many “-isms.” Did Jesus really rise from the dead and does it matter? Social Justice vs Biblical Justice. How do I share my faith more effectively? What is a Biblical way of viewing all these things?
Sadly, statistics show that 50-70% of teens raised in Bible-believing homes walk away from their faith when they leave home. Research also shows that only 19% of all “born again believers” in America have a basic Christian worldview and only 10% of teens. This initiative is meant to be a relational, small-group approach to teaching a Christian worldview.
We would cherish your prayers for this initiative.