Monthly Archives: January 2016

Core Value Based Biblical Worldview Integration: Elements of Effectiveness

My November 12 blog post, “Mission Minded Biblical Worldview Integration,” was about mission-minded biblical worldview integration. Strategically speaking, you need to know why you are before you can proceed to the hows and the whats.

Today we consider an additional important tool for your biblical integration toolbox. Called “core values,” this tool identifies who you are. Core values are important because they promote self-conscious awareness of your identity. They can encourage biblical worldview integration. They can guide decision-making. They can be used to promote your school both internally and externally to your wider community.

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Prone to Wander

In my previous military life as a radar navigator/bombardier on B-52 bombers, I constantly assessed the accuracy of my navigation system, as it was “prone to wander.” My main responsibility centered on providing the most accurate platform for navigation and bombing (prior to the advent of GPS) and that was a complex and time-consuming art and practice.

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