Worldview is everything.
You either have a Biblical one or you don’t. I want my children to have a Biblical worldview, but for someone who has had to claw her way out of a deeply-engrained secular worldview, I’m always on the lookout for good worldview resources to help me teach my children how being a Christian affects every aspect of their lives.
Our family takes a lot of road trips and for years now has thoroughly enjoyed the Jonathan Park CDs. In a recent discussion with some other homeschool moms, I learned of a radio drama from Adventures in Odyssey entitled The Truth Chronicles that parallels The Truth Project, an adult Bible Study on gaining a Biblical perspective.
I decided to purchase a copy and let me just say, “WOW!” Good stuff! (You can actually listen to the first episode by clicking HERE and then clicking on the link on that page that invites you to listen to the episode “Here Am I”!)
These cd’s are full of meaty information, but it is presented in a way that even very young children can grasp the concepts. There are a few inferences I’ve had to explain (I won’t give these away because they really are quite clever and worth chewing on a bit), but for the most part, my 11 year old and 8 year old have easily understood the importance of having a Biblical worldview as opposed to a secular/humanist worldview. We’ve also enjoyed many lively discussions pertaining to the subjects presented in this audio series.
The Truth Chronicles has my hearty approval!