Our minds matter to God. During his earthly ministry, Jesus gave his disciples the greatest commandment:

“Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind and with all your strength.” – Mark 12:30

Unfortunately, Christians are often confused by what all that means for us–especially when it comes to how we think and integrate our lives. Loving God means loving him with all that we have and all that we are; it’s a response to who God is and who we are. In this short video, John Stonestreet shares what it means to love God with our minds.

Why Worldview Matters for Engaging Culture with John Stonestreet

The Colson Center and is the co-host of Breakpoint and co-author of Making Sense of Your World. John is also one of our visiting faculty in our Gap Year program this year. We are also fortunate to have him as part of our spring speaker series where he will be addressing “Why Worldview Matters for Engaging Culture.”

God calls us to think well about our faith. And the more we are aware of how God designed reality and our place in it, the more effective we will be in our engagement of culture and loving our neighbor. Did you miss our new podcast on the new TV show Cosmos: A Space-time Odyssey? You can check it out