I believe any legitimate job can have extraordinary meaning when it is aligned with a biblical worldview.
This is why worldview matters, and why I believe it is critically important to understand how our work can be aligned with a biblical worldview.
The process starts with an understanding of what a biblical worldview is. Therefore, any effort and time we spend bringing a biblical worldview into focus is time and effort well spent.
While it is never too late to learn, it makes sense to get some worldview training as a young person, before entering the workforce. The problem is, few schools offer courses in biblical worldview.
Self-study is one way to learn about biblical worldview, but most young people are not likely to do this until they develop an internal motivation along these lines. Gaining that initial motivation is the real challenge.
One way for a young person to gain such a motivation is to spend some time with a group of other young people who are focusing together on biblical worldview training--and enjoying it.
But where does this happen?
It happens every summer, during 2-week summer camps for students hosted by Summit Ministries.
I can vouch for this program because my wife and I spent two weeks at one of their student summer camps about ten years ago. We wanted to get an "inside picture" of what the Summit program is all about, so we asked if we could come as participants, even though we were long past the target age. We were kindly allowed to participate.
My friend, John Stonestreet, the Director of Summit Ministries, is one of the most able teachers of biblical worldview I know, and is particularly apt at connecting with young people. Many other nationally-recognized experts in biblical worldview come to the Summit summer camps as guest speakers.
While most readers of this blog are already through school, I suspect you know of students who would benefit greatly by a 2-week focus on biblical worldview. This summer, camps are being held in Colorado, Tennessee, Virginia and Wisconsin.
Here is the link to the Student Summer Conferences: http://www.summit.org/conferences/student/
The application is downloaded from there.
I encourage you to pass this information on to students you know who are of high school or college age.
By the way, Summit also hosts worldview training conferences for adults. See http://www.summit.org/conferences/adult/