As Director of the Center for Christian/Community Service I have the privilege of leading a team of faculty and staff who help students to learn and apply the Biblical/Christian Worldview. This is accomplished through two required undergraduate courses: Biblical Worldview 101 and 102 (BWVW 101 and 102). These courses are designed to assist students in the development of a Biblical/Christian Worldview through the use of critical thinking and applying that worldview to contemporary ethical issues. In addition, we provide students a practical means of applying that worldview in and through community service which is a graduation requirement at Liberty University. I am also the Subject Matter Expert for a required worldview course for non-religion majors entitled Contemporary Worldviews (APOL 104). I have been married to my wife Cheryl since 1984 and we have two adult children Crystal (Weider) Beams and Michelle.
A Study of Student Perception and the Impact of Requiring Community Service of Undergraduate Students at Liberty University in Lynchburg, Virginia, Faculty Dissertations (2005)
This study examined student perceptions and the impact of requiring community service at Liberty University...