|CBMC & Focus on the Family
In an August
2008 issue of CBMC's The Connector newsletter, Phil
Stone, Director of Communications and Marketing,
announced the partnership between CBMC and Focus on the
Family to recommend CBMC and the Operation Timothy
discipleship series to graduates of Focus on the
Family's, The Truth Project.
Back in 30 A.D. Pontius pilate asked..."WHAT IS
TRUTH?" Two thousand years later that question is
still coursing through the veins of man.
In a 2003
study, the Barna Group made an astonishing conclusion
that continues to reverberate across the evangelical
world: only 9% of those who profess to be
Christians have a Biblical worldview. Becuase of
that, most of today's believers live a life very similiar
to non-believers. This would seem to suggest, as a
nation, we have lost our compass heading. It's a
sobering thought, isn't it?
In an effort to counter this slide, Focus on the Family launched one of the most compelling and powerful projects in the history of their ministry: The Truth Project, a 12 hour home study hosted by Dr. Del Tackett, that examines life from a Biblical perspective. Each one hour lesson drills down to the relevance and importance of living the Christian worldview in our daily lives.
Since its debut last spring, The Truth Project has ignited thousands of men and women who have gone through the program to re-think how they are doing life.
Dr. Tackett implores, "We are in a battle for truth and Romans 12:2 (NIV) points to the solution: 'Do not conform any longer to the patterns of this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind.'
"Can a renewing of the mind really bring about true transformation that will keep us from comforming to the world?" asks Dr. Tackett.
We encourage each of you to seriously examine the possiblity that God has brought The Truth Project to CBMC for a specific reason. Could it be that you are reading this right now because of a divine appointment urging you to get involved?
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