Don’t Miss Our Annual Worldview Conference with John Stonestreet
 
Don’t Miss Our Annual Worldview Conference with John Stonestreet
Written By David E. Smith   |   02.01.18

Join us on February 10, 2018, in the northwest suburbs of Chicago for the annual IFI Worldview Conference featuring John Stonestreet, the president of the Colson Center for Christian Worldview and BreakPoint Radio co-host.

Studies have shown that only 17 percent of professing Christians have a biblical worldview. Because of this, today’s believers live very similarly to the unbelieving world. It can be seen in the world’s relentless pursuit of finding significance outside of God in meaningless temporal pursuits. We are drifting away from God and His purpose for us as a people and a nation. In short, we have forgotten God (Isaiah 17:10).

Secularism has a firm grip on our nation, influencing our churches — even at many “Christian” colleges. It is a sad truth that secularism, the “religion” of the Left, is having a much greater influence on the culture than is orthodox Christianity, which explains why so many churches look, feel, and sound much like the world around us.

Having a solid, consistent Christian worldview has never been more important than it is now as our culture is rapidly embracing a temporal, non-biblical value system.

Please join us for a wonderful opportunity to strengthen your biblical worldview and become better equipped to effectively engage the culture.

Click HERE to learn more or to register!

10 AM – 3:30 PM 

Medinah Baptist Church (map)
900 Foster Avenue, Medinah, IL 60157

$20 per person/$50 per family 

Free admission with a student ID

David  E. Smith
Dave Smith is Illinois Family Institute’s executive director.  He and his wife of 25 years are blessed to be the parents of eight children. David has 20-plus-years of experience in public policy and grass-roots activism that includes countless interviews for numerous radio, television, cable programs and newspaper articles on topics such as the sanctity of life, natural marriage, broadcast decency, sex education, marijuana, gambling, abortion, homosexuality, tax policy, drug decriminalization and pornography. From 1996 – 2004, he worked as an aide to a City of Chicago Alderman.  During that time, he was a volunteer decency advocate for the group Citizens...
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