A Worldview Big Enough for the World
Scroll down to see Abby, Mitch, and Bob’s stories.
Rage or accommodation- are those the only two options when Christians are presented topics like abortion and same-sex marriage in the public square? To Mitch Friedman, there’s a third way, and he discovered it through public faith resources of the Colson Center.
What does Christ’s work of restoring all things look like in the sterile halls of the cardiac ICU? To Abby Foltz, a nurse, it means winsomely conversing with co-workers who have questions about her faith.
For educators who work in Christian schools, the calling to teach students not only what the Bible says, but also how is ought to be the lens through which we see all of life can be daunting. Bob Dyer, head of school at Trintiy Christian Academy in Dallas, TX faces this challenge with his faculty.
Is your worldview big enough?
“Christianity,” said Chuck Colson, “is more than a relationship with Jesus. It is more than discipleship. It is a way of seeing and comprehending all reality.” Millions of Christians need to understand the public implications of their personal faith in Christ. They need to be equipped with a deep faith that can give clarity and meaning to every square inch of existence. But many don’t realize what they’re missing.
The Colson Center is committed to addressing this problem. Over the next few years, we will invest in foundational resources that can form millions of Christians in a robust, big-enough, Christian worldview. With these resources, we seek to serve families, churches, schools, and believers to become agents of restoration.
A Message from John Stonestreet
Hear from our President, John Stonestreet, as he shares a year-in-review ministry update. Thank you for your prayers for this ministry, for your faithfulness in supporting us, for your messages and feedback, and for partnering alongside us to equip believers with clarity, confidence, and courage.
Help make a bigger worldview possible.
As you make your year-end giving plans, prayerfully consider what God might do with your investment in the Colson Center.