The world is confusing. Get clarity.
The Colson Center for Christian Worldview is a ministry that equips Christians to live out their faith with clarity, confidence, and courage in this cultural moment. Every day, we…
The world is confusing. The culture around us is broken. The consequences of the bad ideas deeply embedded in the way people think and live are devastating. Swimming against the cultural currents has a great cost. The easy choice for Christians is to try to keep their heads down, blend in, stay silent, or even withdraw from the controversial conversations.
But there is a better way.
Built on a foundation decades in the making, The Colson Center is the acknowledged hub of the worldview movement. At our core is the idea that there is no square inch of human existence over which Christ does not cry, “Mine!” Christians have been used by God to transform some of the darkest moments in human history, because men and women of faith knew God had a bigger plan in mind, and stood up for the truth.
The Colson Center brings clarity and equips ordinary people to be agents of God’s restoration. Whether what you need is a daily dose of sanity or in-depth training to make a profound difference in your corner of the world, the Colson Center provides solid, unique resources and training. The result is a rapidly growing wave of believers motivated and mobilized to be courageous catalysts for God’s work in the world.
The Colson Center Board of Directors, in keeping with the standards of the Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability (“ECFA”), strives to maintain the integrity of the Colson Center’s mission and to ensure consistent adherence to mission objectives and board policies. See http://www.ecfa.org/Content/Comment2 for more information on ECFA Governance recommendations.
The Colson Center Board of Directors is committed to establishing an environment of dependence on God, active accountability, and the pursuit of excellence in carrying out the Lord’s work.
“Every organization shall be governed by a responsible board of not [fewer] than five individuals, a majority of whom shall be independent, who shall meet at least semiannually to establish policy and review its accomplishments.”
The Colson Center board, consisting of the seven independent directors listed below, meets a minimum of three times a year.
Treasurer and Chair of the Finance and Audit Committee