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Elizabeth Urbanowicz

Three Reasons We Shouldn’t Settle for the Jesus Answer

One of the highest compliments I ever received as a teacher came in the form of a complaint. One of my third-grade Sunday school students saw me in the church hallway and said, “Oh no, it’s you!” I laughed and replied, “It’s good to see you too, Samuel. Why aren’t you happy to see me

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Elizabeth Urbanowicz

Worldview Education Isn’t Just for High School Students

One of the tensest moments I faced as a teacher involved comparative worldview education. I had just begun my third-year teaching Foundation Comparative Worldview Curriculum. Things were going great. The students were engaged and were growing in their ability to think critically. Parents were thrilled! At least most parents were. On this particular day, one

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Elizabeth Urbanowicz

Three Reasons Our Children Need Comparative Worldview Education

I will never forget the moment eastern meditation hijacked my classroom. It happened in the blink of an eye. The classroom projector went on the fritz. As I turned to fiddle with the wires, I heard a student say, “Guys, we should totally meditate to stay calm.” I immediately turned to address that comment, only

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Comparative Worldview Education
Elizabeth Urbanowicz

What in the World is Comparative Worldview Education?

Most Christians recognize the problem. But the solution is not so obvious. Our kids are leaving the faith. Those cute toddlers that once sang “Jesus Loves Me” are now young adults dancing to the tune of atheism, agnosticism, and a host of other false beliefs. There is not one quick-fix solution. But there is one

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