Many Christian schools claim to produce graduates with a strong, biblical worldview. But many of today's Christian educators are unable to articulate what a biblical worldview is. In this book, Dr. Roger Erdvig explains—in practical and easy-to-understand language—why biblical worldview development is the central key to accomplishing your school's mission.
Within these pages, you will discover:
- What a worldview is, how it develops, and why it is a lifelong process.
- How our worldviews affect every aspect of our lives.
- Ways to continually develop your own biblical worldview.
- An authentic approach to achieving your school's biblical worldview mission.
- The differing results of integration versus immersion.
- How to transform your school into an immersive, biblical worldview environment.
In today's post-Christian culture, this book provides a valuable resource to ensure your Christian school stands as a shining light of hope. Roger illuminates the path so that you can truly help your students develop a strong biblical worldview and "not turn from it." (Proverbs 22:6)
From the Back of the Book
"Roger Erdvig lays out a vision and practical strategy for creating Christian schools immersed in worldview."
-Sean McDowell, Biola University Professor, Speaker, Author
"I plan to give a copy of this book to every member of my faculty."
-Julie Ambler, Head of School, The Woodlands Christian Academy
"You will not escape the first chapter without being equipped to see your students enjoy true biblical worldview formation."
-Geoff Brown, Superintendent, Northwest Christian School
"I have never read a more encouraging book for Christian educators."
-Dr. Kathy Koch, Founder/President of Celebrate Kids, Inc.
Dr. Roger Erdvig serves as headmaster for a Christian school and teaches qualitative research courses for doctoral students. Roger is married to Lori (also an educator) and they have five children. Their greatest joy is seeing their adult children walking in the truth. Roger is co-author of Bring It to Life, the first book on service-learning for Christian educators. He has also written curricula in biblical worldview and leadership for high schoolers, business professionals, and university students.