Sermon: “Instilling a Biblical Worldview” from Dan Mitchum

Dan Mitchum - January 21, 2024

Instilling a Biblical Worldview

A worldview is a set of beliefs that determine how one sees the world. While we may be unfamiliar with the word ‘worldview,’ we all have one. Our worldview could have been shaped by culture or Scripture. Tomorrow, as we continue our Family Resemblance sermon series, we’ll learn the importance of instilling a biblical worldview in the lives of children and students. Kids today are bombarded with “empty philosophies and high-sounding nonsense that come from human thinking and from the spiritual powers of this world, rather than from Christ.” [Colossians 2:8] It’s our God-given role and privilege to help our children see the world through the eyes of Christ.

Scripture References: Colossians 2:6-8

From Series: "Family Resemblance"

All of us have distinctive features. Some have dimples, others have high cheekbones, and some have protruding chins, curly hair, or button noses. We’ve inherited our features from our parents, and often there is a resemblance between us and those in our family. Just as biological children have similarities to their parents, God wants His spiritual children to resemble Him as those who bear His image and His name. In this upcoming sermon series, we’ll look at sexuality, parenting, marriage, singleness, and widening the circle of our own family as we consider how we can bear the image of our Heavenly Father well in every part of our lives. This will be a great way to start the new year together. Join us!

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