Establishing a Worldview Part 3

This week on Sharin’ Hearts Mentoring Matters, Janie Ratzlaff and Sharon Hoskins have a conversation about the final authority that Christians use to establish their worldview.

 

Gallup Poll shows that 76 percent of Christians believe the Bible has errors and can only be used as a tool, but not for a foundation on which to stand. This explains why Christians are struggling to stand in the midst of adversity. God’s Word should be our foundation and final authority because it is Him that defines us separate from the world to establish a Biblical worldview.

As you listen, we hope that you will examine your foundation to find where you can be strengthened in Christ. Using God’s word to apply Biblical principles, position, instruction, and conformation of Biblical truth and develop Biblical-based beliefs.

This conversational discipleship program uses the material from A Manual for Biblical Discipling: The Matters, Materials, and Mechanics by Bob and Janie Ratzlaff.

Establishing a Worldview Part 2

This week on Sharin’ Hearts Mentoring Matters, Janie Ratzlaff and Sharon Hoskins have a conversation about the subtle ways Christians allow the culture to establish their worldview.

 

The things that we so innocently involve ourselves in each day can confuse our thoughts. change our beliefs, and deepen our deception. The foundation on which we stand and what is used for the basis of our final authority has a great impact on our worldview.

As you listen, we hope that you will examine your foundation to find where you can be strengthened in Christ. Using God’s word to apply Biblical principles, position, instruction, and conformation of Biblical truth and develop Biblical-based beliefs.

This conversational discipleship program uses the material from A Manual for Biblical Discipling: The Matters, Materials, and Mechanics by Bob and Janie Ratzlaff.

Establishing a Worldview Part 1

This week on Sharin’ Hearts Mentoring Matters, Janie Ratzlaff and Sharon Hoskins have a conversation about what a worldview is and how it is established.

 

These things are important because what we believe is revealed by how we live, not by what we know. And our worldview is the basis of our belief from which all our decisions are made. So, we all have a worldview, the question is: do I have a Biblical Worldview, Worldly Worldview, or a combination of both?

As you listen, we hope that you will examine your foundation to find where you can be strengthened in Christ. Using God’s word to apply Biblical principles, position, instruction, and conformation of Biblical truth and develop Biblical-based beliefs.

This conversational discipleship program uses the material from A Manual for Biblical Discipling: The Matters, Materials, and Mechanics by Bob and Janie Ratzlaff. “It is our small contribution in the making of disciples as Jesus instructed believers to do, teaching them to observe all that I commanded you; and lo, I am with you always, even unto the end of the age” Matthew 28:19-20.