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Christian Worldview Week to Focus on Engaging the Culture with the Gospel

Tigerville SC (March 6, 2020) North Greenville University (NGU) will host its 2020 Christian Worldview Week March 9-11. The mission-focused theme for this year’s conference is “Engaging the Culture with the Gospel.”

The three-day event kicks off Monday, March 9, with a 10 a.m. session topic “Engaging this Cultural Moment: We’re Doing It Wrong.” A second session will take place Monday at 7 p.m. featuring the theme “How to Misuse the Biblical Worldview.” Tuesday, March 10, at 7 p.m., “5 Questions You Need to Answer to Build a Lasting Faith” will be discussed, and on Wednesday, March 11 at 10 a.m., “How to Navigate Social Media as a Follower of Jesus” will be presented.

The presenters for the conference will be Senior Fellow for Worldview & Culture with the Colson Center for Christian Worldview Dr. William Brown and Director of Cultural Engagement & Immersion with Impact 360 Institute Dr. Jonathan Morrow.

For over twenty years, Brown has led two Christian universities as president. He is the senior fellow of worldview and culture at the Colson Center for Christian Worldview. He also directs the Colson Fellows Program, an international fellowship program equipping professionals to engage their culture for Christ.

A nationally recognized speaker and expert in culture and worldview, Brown has written several books and more than a hundred articles for journals, magazines, encyclopedias, and newspapers. He is the author of “Making Sense of Your Faith, Where Have All the Dreamers Gone? Observations from a Biblical Worldview,” and Making Sense of Your World” with Gary Phillips and John Stonestreet, a book used by many colleges and universities as an introductory text to worldview/philosophical thinking.

Brown is the executive producer and speaker for the multiple award-winning DVD series, “re:View” worldview study. “re:View” equips Christians to discern and engage contemporary culture from a Christ-centered perspective.

Morrow has been equipping students and parents in biblical worldview, apologetics, and culture for over 16 years, and is passionate about seeing a new generation build a lasting faith.

He holds a Master of Divinity, Master in Philosophy of Religion and Ethics, and a Doctorate in Worldview and Culture from Talbot School of Theology. He is the director of cultural engagement and student discipleship at Impact 360 Institute and an adjunct professor of apologetics at Biola University.

He is the author of several books, including “Welcome to College, Questioning the Bible,” and “Is God Just a Human Invention?” and also contributed to the “Apologetics Study Bible for Students.” 

The conference is free of charge and open to the public. All sessions will be held in Turner Chapel on NGU’s Tigerville Campus at 7801 N. Tigerville Road.

Not able to join us on campus, watch it live on the NGU Chapel Facebook page.

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