|Q1.||Can I have John come and speak to our group?|
|Yes, John is always open to speaking and teaching requests. As his schedule allows, he would be very willing to work with you to accommodate your need. Click here to see John's upcoming schedule.
For more information and a Speaking Request form, click here.
|Q2.||What subjects does John typically speak on?|
John speaks on a wide range of issues. He typically speaks on specific topics within these general categories: apologetics, biblical application, bioethics, business, child and adolescent subjects, culture, cultural relevancy, discipleship, ethics/morality, evangelism, history, leadership, media, men’s interests, politics, pop culture, theology, worldview, youth culture/issues, etc.
If you are in need of speaker for your group, feel free to contact John to determine whether or not he might be able to help meet your need.
|Q3.||Does John ever meet one-on-one with individuals or provide consulting services to ministries/organizations?|
Yes, John is willing to meet with individuals and/or groups to consult on political, organizational, and ministry initiatives--including, but not limited to, such areas as: Christian worldview education/application, cultural relevancy strategies, discipleship training, evangelism and apologetics efforts, leadership development, and strategic ministry planning. In addition, John also provides political consultation as needed. Financial compensation may vary depending upon ministry considerations. If you need more information, please contact John directly with any inquiries.
|Q4.||What resources/organizations are available for teaching Christian worldview to other people?|
There are a number of people and organizations who are attempting to provide curricula and other resources that can be used to teach others about the Christian faith. Below is a sampling of some of the resources available for those interested in utilizing them:
|Q5.||Where can I find more information about Christian worldview and apologetics?|
There are a number of authors, organizations, and resources dedicated to providing sound information about various questions about faith and Christianity. Though this site cannot personally vouch for every idea presented, they are worth considering if one is intent upon studying a particular question or subject further. Below is a sampling of such resources:
Wilberforce Forum (Chuck Colson)
The Barna Research Group (George Barna)
Probe Ministries (Kerby Anderson)
Summit Ministries (Dr. David Noebel)
Worldview Weekend (Brannon Howse)
Stand to Reason (Greg Koukl)
Serious Times (Dr. James Emery White)
|Q6.||What authors/books do you recommend if I wanted to do further reading on any these subjects?|
One’s particular interest(s) in this area will presumably determine your starting point for further study. Below represents the beginnings of a primary list of authors and books that will hopefully prove helpful in that effort: