New research from Barna reveals 91% of Americans (76% of practicing Christians) believe that “the best way to find yourself is by looking within yourself.” And most Americans now pledge allegiance to the “morality of self-fulfillment,” which has all but replaced Christianity as the culture’s moral norm.
- What impact is this new moral order having on elementary children to college aged students?
- How does our school’s unique method of education help form a confident faith and Biblical morality in children today?
- How can grandparents and parents best guide children to honor Christ and love others?
Join us Thursday January 18th at 6:30 pm as we look at the Barna research from the new book, Good Faith: Being a Christian When Society Thinks You’re Irrelevant and Extreme (which all Ambrose teachers and staff are now reading). And, we will be hearing from special guests:
- Jim Mhoon, a family counselor formerly with Focus on the Family.
- Dr. Scott Yenor, a tenured political science professor at Boise State University, who is on the front lines of the conflict and the changes in college environments.
- David Goodwin, former Ambrose Head of School and now president of the Association of Classical and Christian Schools.
This Forum is sponsored by The Ambrose School Grandparents Association. All Ambrose parents and grandparents are invited to attend. Come early for some delicious desserts and fellowship. We want your input and will be taking questions and comments throughout the evening.
This is a “BaseCamp Live” Forum event so we will be recording this session for the podcast, including a Q&A session from our attendees.
If you’re unable to attend in person, be sure to join us live on the BaseCamp LIVE Facebook page. You can also submit questions there.