There often is a practical disconnect between worldview theory and application. For example, how do we apply the Biblical worldview to the problem of corruption? This article looks at this topic and explores how corruption violates key Biblical worldview principles … Continued
The story of the Mennonite colonists who settled in a harsh region of Paraguay powerfully demonstrates how God enables humans to use their own imagination, courage, and hard work to transform desolation into abundance.
Jesus sent us to “make disciples of all nations.” But our track record suggests we are, rather, seeking to “win as many converts as you can.” The results? A superficial Christianity and nations increasingly broken rather than discipled. In this … Continued
In this challenging critique of modern culture and the Church, Mike Metzger and Phil Burgess explain why “if the goal is discipleship and conformity to the will of God and ‘Thy Kingdom come, they will be done on the earth,’ … Continued
From the VOCF (Vision of Community Fellowship) VOCF a long-term DNA Affiliate Organization based primarily in Asia Change Myself First! For most people, the thought of changing their nation is overwhelming. Even one’s city is overwhelming. What is not overwhelming is: … Continued
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On May 3, 2014, 20 Mexican young professionals and students gathered in Guadalajara to spend a week with Darrow Miller discussing the ideas of the biblical worldview and how they can impact their nation for the kingdom of God. This video, … Continued
James Davidson Hunter, Professor of Sociology and Religious Studies, and Director of the Institute for Advanced Studies in Culture at the University of Virginia examines some essential elements for cultural transformation.