Pursuit Groups

A Children’s Introduction to Missions

Give your children a global perspective with a Biblical foundation.Help them learn to share God’s love with people all around the world.

WorldViews is a fun and engaging way to explain world religions to your kids and introduce them to missions.

You want your kids to learn how to love people well. You want them to know how to engage with people who think differently, live in different cultures and have different worldviews than their own. But (like most parents) you probably don’t know where to begin.

We created World Views as a resource that will not only teach your kids how to love and engage with people from all around the world, but also ignite a passion for sharing the gospel with them.

What is unique about the WorldViews Study?

Hands-on Learning

We know that kids learn best when their eyes, ears, minds, hands and even tongues are engaged in the learning process. They will make recipes, create hands-on crafts, and complete other activities that will bring the world into your home, making what they have learned tangible and real to them.

Gospel Focus

The worldviews study was created with the gospel in mind. Your kids will learn that God loves people from all nations and wants everyone to hear His story. They will be challenged to think through how He might want to use them to bring hope to others.

Video Resources

As you and your children go through the workbook together, you can also watch these five incredible videos created to enhance your worldviews study. These videos are free so that even if you can’t buy the book right now, you can use these videos as a catalyst for great conversations with your kids.

Age Appropriate

You can purchase a Worldviews study that best fits your children’s needs. There is a handbook for your upper elementary children and a Jr. handbook for younger learners. Siblings can work through these handbooks side by side so your whole family can learn together.

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