WorldView Eyes

 

Expand your mind
Engage big ideas
Evaluate different philosophies
Embrace a Christian worldview

WHAT WE DO

Provide face-to-face and online presentations, curriculum, and other valuable resources primarily for church student ministries. Currently, our main project is creating a 24-week high school youth group lesson series called “Learning to Love God in a World of Options.”

OUR PURPOSE

Help you EXPAND your mind, ENGAGE the ideas that affect your life and those around you, EVALUATE non-Christian philosophies & religions, and EMBRACE a consistently-lived Christian Worldview.

About

We are driven by the “greatest commandment” to “love God with all our heart, soul, mind, and strength.” We are called not just to HAVE a Christian worldview but to LIVE a Christian worldview.

Curriculum

Our curriculum options provide versatile resources that can be used for church classes, college ministries, high school youth, small groups, or personal discipleship development.

Presentations

Our multimedia presentations cover a variety of topics and are offered face-to-face and online.

Check out the video lesson series now in production called “Learning to Love God in a World of Options.”

Talk about relevance and effectiveness! WorldView Eyes has put together one of the best programs in the country to communicate to today’s youth the bottom line importance of a Christian worldview for personal spiritual growth and cultural transformation. Biblical answers to the deepest questions of life are at the heart of this innovative program, enabling students to know God and understand the world and their place in it on the basis of rock-solid Christian convictions.

Dr. David K. NaugleProfessor and Author of Worldview: The History of a Concept

The Church has dropped the ball when it comes to equipping our youth to meet the intellectual challenges confronting them in high school and college. WorldView Eyes is an innovative and credible curriculum aimed at empowering Christian youth to think through and defend the Christian worldview.

Dr. William Lane CraigChristian Apologist and Research Professor of Philosophy

Is it really possible to engage youth today in serious conversation about life and God? In a creative and attractive approach to Christian encounter with contemporary culture, Rich Knopp and the WorldView Eyes Youth Program show how young people can be challenged to think through basic worldview issues and deepen in their understanding of what it means to follow Christ in today’s world. This could be revolutionary!

Dr. Harold NetlandProfessor of Philosophy of Religion and Intercultural Studies