Christianity and Culture Conference:
November 8-9, 2019
In a culture buffeted by widely divergent philosophies, we need to learn to stand on the solid foundation of Scripture and to understand the faith as a total worldview. Join us November 8th from 5:30 – 9:00 pm and Saturday November 9th from 9:00 am – 4:30 pm, at Restoration Church in Hampton, Virginia, for two-days of encouragement and growth.
Check-in runs from 5:30 to 6PM November 8. Cost for the conference is $5 for students, $10 for individuals or $30 for a family. Scroll down to register online. Tickets will also be available at the door.
508 Fox Hill Rd.
Hampton, VA 23669
Check-in runs from 5:30-6:00 pm November 8. Tickets are available at the door.
Bill Jack, Faculty of Theology
Bill Jack is an educator with ten years experience in public schools and 14 years with The Caleb Campaign, a creationist youth ministry. Bill has appeared on numerous national radio and television programs and is the producer of several apologetic and worldview training DVDs. As a founder of Worldview Academy he continues to pursue his passion to raise up a generation who have the vision to reach their culture with the gospel, who have the valor to engage that culture with the truth and who rely on the virtue of the Word of God. Bill and his wife, Tabby, have three children and live in Colorado.
Mike Schutt, Faculty of Theology
Mike Schutt is Associate Professor of Law at Regent University and directs the Institute for Christian Legal Studies, a cooperative ministry of the law school and the Christian Legal Society. Schutt also serves Christian Legal Society as Director of its Law Student Ministries. He serves on the boards of trustees of LeTourneau University, Worldview Academy, and Worldview at the Abbey. He is the author of Redeeming Law: Christian Calling and the Legal Profession (2007). Schutt is an honors graduate of the University of Texas School of Law. Before entering academia, he practiced law in Fort Worth, Texas. He is married to Lisa, and they have three grown children and four grandchildren. They live in Mount Pleasant, Texas and attend First Baptist Church.
J. Mark Bertrand, Faculty of Theology
J. Mark Bertrand is a “major crime fiction talent” according to the Weekly Standard, which compares his three novels––Back on Murder, Pattern of Wounds, and Nothing to Hide––with the work of Michael Connelly and Ian Rankin. Mark’s nonfiction book Rethinking Worldview is taught in university and seminary classrooms, and is the basis for a number of his lectures. He has an MFA in Creative Writing from the University of Houston, and has lectured on theology and culture for more than a decade at Worldview Academy. Mark and his wife Laurie live in South Dakota, where he is a teaching elder in the Presbyterian Church in America.
If paying by check, please send conference fee to Worldview Academy, 9535 Forest Lane, Suite 220, Dallas, TX 75243