True and Good: Living the Biblical Worldview


True and Good:  Living the Biblical Worldview

Grace Fellowship’s mission is to make disciples who make disciples. We are passionate about pursuing our God-given mission because when disciplers are made, lives are changed!

We have added a brand new course called True and Good:  Living the Biblical Worldview to our Spiritual Formations offering.

This is a great advanced discipleship course for Grace members and attenders interested in more effectively helping our children, grandchildren, friends and co-workers understand why God’s design for our world is both true and good. This class will help you live faithfully, gain wisdom, and act courageously.  

True and Good:  Living the Biblical Worldview is a 10-month deep dive into Biblical worldview, cultural apologetics and living a life for the Kingdom of God.  It prepares you to engage an increasing hostile culture with the truth and goodness of Christ, demonstrates why living by God’s design is the key to flourishing and helps you move forward with a stronger Kingdom vision.   

Components of the program include:

  • Thought-provoking books (1 per month) and videos (1 hour per month)
  • A weekly devotional helping you understand the Biblical basis for our worldview.
  • A 2.5 hour meeting on the first Saturday morning of each month, starting in August where you process the book and videos with a group of like-minded Grace Fellowshippers, participate in additional instruction and apply the concepts you are learning to real world issues.
  • A daily 5 minute email/audio podcast applying the Biblical worldview to a current issue.
  • Additional optional content is provided for topics where you want to go deeper.

We will build the foundation in the first half of the class and then apply that learning to key cultural issues in the second half.  Watch the linked video for a more detailed discussion of the main topic covered each month.  Here is a link that reviews some of the key concepts we will cover.

Time commitment is estimated at 1 book and 1 meeting per month plus 1 hour per week.  Click on this link for more details on the class.

Registration for this class is open now open.  Cost is $100 plus the cost of the books.  Register here

Key Concepts


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